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The Royal Botanic Garden 

List of Staff at October 1913 

Rules and Regulations 

Historic Notice 
Regius Keepers 




Principal Gardeners from 1756 
Features of the Garden. With Key Plan 
Teaching in the Garden . 
Enumeration of Visitors, 1889-1912 . 
Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae : — 



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Tibet in the years 1904, 1905, 1906. By Professor 
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Numerical Catalogue ...... 

Species arranged in Natural Orders .... 

Species in Alphabetical Order ..... 

Title (with dates of publication of Numbers), List of Con- 
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P. 264, No. 4730, for Royle read 
P. 274, No. 4832, for victoriale r< 
P. 278, No. 4876, for ciliatum, \\ 
P. 293, No. 5049, for trifidum, ^ 
P. 296, No. 5074, for crassistylu^ 
P. 297, No. 5085, add Smilax sp. 
P. 299, for Justicia stolon 



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P. 300, under Apocynaceae delete Apocynad, 574, 2011, 2019. 

P. 301, under Myosotis silvatica, Hoffm., add 2113. 

P. 301, under Paracaryum, for brevitubum read brachytuburr 

P. 302, for Abelia Forrestii read Linnaea Forrestii. 

P. 302, under Arenaria trichophora add 2710. 



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P- 303, under Stellaria delete trichophora, Franch. 2710. 

P. 304, for Aster trinervius, Roxb. f. grossedentatus, Thunb. ; read 

Aster trinervius, Roxb. f . grossedentatus, Franch. 
P. 304, delete Crepis versicolor, Sch. Bip. 4086. 

P. 304, after Erigeron linifolius add multiradiatus, Benth, 2816, 2906. 
P- 3°5> for Inula pterocaulon read Inula pterocaula. 

P- 3°5> for Lactuca graciliflora, Franch., read Lactuca graciliflora, DC. 
P. 305, under Lactuca versicolor add 4086. 



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P- 3°5> for Senecio bulbilliferus, Ma: 
P. 306, under Calystegia hederacea 
P. 306, under Taraxacum dissectui 
P. 307, for Sedum Alfredi, Hance, 
P. 307, for Sedum trifidum, Wall., read Sedum lii 

var. Balfouri, Hamet, et var. Forresti, Hamet. 
P- 3°7 3 for Sedum trifidum, Wall. var. Forresti, n 



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P. 308, under Morina Bulleyana, G. Forrest et Diels, add 4653. 



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P. 309, under P 
P. 310, under C 
P. 312, for Becl 

P- 3*3> for Juncus crassistylus read Juncus crassifolius^ 

P. 314, under Elsholtzia delete Labordei (Vaniot) Diels 878. 

P. 314, under Plectranthus Labordei add 878. 

P. 314, for Microtaena read Microtoena. 

P. 314, for Phlomis megalantha read Phlomis melanantha. 

P. 316, for Allium victoriale, Linn. ; read Allium Victorialis, Linn. 

P. 316, for Lilium Brownii Mielle read Lilium Brownii, Miellez. 

P. 317, after Smilax vaginata, Decne., add Smilax sp., 5085. 

P. 319, under Osmanthus add Delavayi, Franch., 574, 2011, 2019. 

P- 3 T 9> for Bulbophyllum thibetense read Bulbophyllum tibeti 

Rolfe. 

P. 319, for Jussieua suffruticosa, Linn., 1110 read 1100. 
P. 320, under Orchis delete Forrestii, Rolfe, 136, 204. 
P. 320, under Hemipilia add Bulleyi, Rolfe, 136, 204. 
P. 320, under Satyrium delete ciliatum, Wight, 4876. 



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Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 




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George Forrest 



during his first exploration of Yunnan 



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1905, 1906. 



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MARBURG. 



Notes R.B.G., Edin., No. XXXI., July 1912. 



PREFACE 



In 1904 I began my journeying in Yunnan for Mr 
Bees Limited, and continued my exploration in the 
and 1906, returning to Scotland early in 1907. Whilst 



Mr. Bullev I made 



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Edinburgh . 



Bulley 



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In 1910 I went out again to Yunnan for Mr. BuUey 
collected there during that year. The herbarium of plants I 



remarks 



amassed during this second journey I also gave to the Royal 
Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. 

The following list, to which these 
catalogue of the names of the plant 
identified, that I obtained during my first exploration in the 
years 1904, 1905, and 1906. A subsequent list will be published 

will be included the plants collected during my second 



expedition in 1910. 



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from 



present moment a matter of some difficulty. This may be 
ascribed primarily to the fact that so few specimens illustrative 
of Franchet's types have been distributed from the Paris Museum, 
and consequently, excepting at Paris, comparison of actual 
specimens in the collections made by Delavay, Ducloux, Soulie, 
and other French missionaries cannot be made. And then, as 
there are several European workers at the present time in the 
field of the Chinese flora, there has been overlapping in the 
descriptions that have been published of Chinese plants. A 
considerable time has elapsed before the working out of my 

iplished. In April 1907 I published 



ions 



some of my Gentiana 
Primulaceae. Sir J 



descriptions of the new species of Impatiens in the Icones 
Plantarum. Until December of 191 1 no other account had 
been issued of my plants, although I had worked over a number 
of other specimens and named and described new species in MS. 
Before leaving Britain in 19 10 on my second expedition I 
learned from Professor Diels of Marburg that he was willing 
to undertake the task of naming my plants and describing any 
new species they contained. I therefore arranged for the 
transmission of the herbarium to Professor Diels. The plants 
have now been gone over and named, and the following catalogue 
gives the result. Dr. Diels himself has described the larger 



Preface 



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must 



and conscientious work, through which the completion of the 
identifications has been achieved. I am profoundly indebted 



him 



called 



For certain groups 



examination 



plants, indicating at the same time the groups for which they 
have been responsible. 

There are several regrettable but unavoidable lacunae in 
the list. These have arisen in various ways : — Some specimens 
were lost in transit ; others were destroyed by the Tibetans 
when the Mission Station at Tsekou was attacked, and I was 
fortunate in escaping the fate of my missionary hosts, who were 
all killed ; the earliest collections had no numbers upon their 
tickets, and lacunae were left between sets to prevent any possi- 
bility of overlapping. The ferns and a few other cryptogams 
have not yet been named, but the number of these is small. 
Further, a few critical species are still under investigation. 
Omissions will be supplied in a supplementary list. The list 
is issued now partly on account of its intrinsic value as a record 
and partly to facilitate the distribution of the numerous and 
valuable duplicates. 

GEORGE FORREST. 



who have co-operated in naming the 



in the list are : 



H. Andres 
LB. Balfour 



G. Bonati 

A. Engler 

A. Engler and E. Irmscher 

W. O. Focke . 

G. Forrest . 



F. Gagnepain 
Raymond Hamet 
Sir Joseph Hooker 
J.F.Jeffrey . 



R. Knuth 
Georg Kiikenthal 
Theodor Loesener 
R. Muschler . 
R. Pilger 
Sir David Prain 
R. A. Rolfe . 
A. K. Schindler 
R, Schlechter 



Pirolaceae. 

Gentianaceae, Primulaceae, and 

other families. 

Pedicularis. 

Araceae. 

Saxifraga, Bergenia. 

Rosa, Rubus. 

Gentianaceae, Primulaceae, and 

several other families. 
Ampelidaceae. 
Crassulaceae. 
Impatiens. 
Compositae in part and other 

plants. 
Geranium. 
Cyperaceae. 
Celastraceae. 
Cruciferae — in part. 
Gramineae. . 
Meconopsis. 
Orchidaceae — in part. 
Lespedeza. 

Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, 
and Orchidaceae — in part. 



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CATALOGUE 



The numbers are Mr, Forrest's field numbers as attached to his dried specimens, 

and the descriotions are conied from his field labels 



0. 



i. Ainsliaea pertyoides, Franch., a typica, f. sparsiflora (Vani.), 

Beauv. Shady thickets south end of Tsu-hsiong-fu valley, 
Elevation 7000 ft. Flowers pale rose. Yunnan, January 1905. 

2. Buddleia officinalis, Maxim. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Generally 

growing in dry situations at an elevation of 6500 to 9000 ft. 
Common from Yunnanfu to Talifu. Flowers white with 
lavender centre, fragrant. Yunnan, February 1905. 

3. Chrysanthemum indicum, Linn. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Growing 

in shady clefts of cliffs on hills west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 
8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

4. Blumea hieracifolia, DC. Dry, hill pastureland around Yun- 

nanfu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

5. Saussurea affinis, Bge. Dry, barren hillsides, north end of 

Hong Ai valley. Elevation 7000 ft. Yunnan, March 1905. 

6. Lespedeza velutina, Dunn. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Edges of pine 

woods on divide between the valleys of Tsu-hsiong-fu and 
Kwang-tung-hsien. Elevation 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 
January 1905. 

7. Scabiosa Hookeri, C. B. Clarke. Moist, grassy hillsides on 

descent to Chung Tien plateau from Niu Chang Pass. Flowers 
white. Elevation 13,000 to 14,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

8. Saussurea Stella, Maxim. Marshy and boggy ground, Chung 

Tien plateau near the descent from Niu Chang Pass south of 
Hsia Chung Tien. Elevation 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Flowers pale 



purple. Yunnan, September 1904. 



10. Cnicus taliensis, J . F. Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Common round Tali and 

the valleys north of Tali Lake. Elevation from 6700 to 9000 ft. 
Plant of 2 to 3^ ft. Flowers deep purple, almost maroon. 
Yunnan, October 1904. 

11. Inula pterocaulon, Franch. South end of Hoching valley near 

Sung River, sides of streams. Elevation 9000 ft. Height 
2 ft. Flowers yellow. Yunnan, September 1904. 

12. Saussurea romuleifolia, Franch. Pine woods base of Lichiang 

peak, Lichiang valley. Elevation 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 



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13. Wikstroemia holosericea, Diels. Sp. nov. Descent to the 

Yangtse from Chung Tien, between Tang Tui and Chiao Tou. 
Dry, hilly country. Elevation 10,000 ft. Flowers yellow. 
Shrub of 1 to 3 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

14. Senecio nagensium, C. B. Clarke. In open woods on the hills 

west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, Feb- 
ruary 1905. 

15. Oxyria elatior, Wall. Open places in pine woods, valley of 

Mekong, between Hsia Wei Hsi and Bati. Alt. 7000 ft. Tibet, 
1904. 

16. Viola Patrinii, DC. Dry padi fields. Teng Chuan valley. 

Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

17 Senecio chrysanthemoides, DC. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Dry, 

chalky hillsides north of Kwang-tung-hsien. Elevation 7000 to 
8000 ft. Yunnan, January 1905. 

18. Plectranthus striatus, Benth. — Orthosiphon Bodinieri, Vaniot 

in Bull. Acad. Geogr. Bot. xiv. (1904), p. 170. Valley of the 
Yangtse between Tsekou and Shih Ku. Elevation 6000 to 
7000 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 

19. Cheilanthes sp. Valley of the Yangtse below Pung-tzu-la. 

Dry limestone cliffs. Elevation 7000 ft. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

20. Wedelia Wallichii, Less. Valley of the Yangtse below Chi 

Tien. Elevation 7000 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 

21. Laggera pterodonta, Benth. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. on waste 

ground around Talifu. Elevation 6700 ft. When fresh has 
strong, disagreeable smell. Also then whole plant viscous. 
March 1905. 

[Never came across specimen of this plant with flowers 
properly expanded. — G. F.] 

22. Chelonopsis odontochila, Diels. Sp. nov. Valley of the 

Yangtse between Tsekou and Shih Ku. Shrubby plant of 
6 to 10 ft. Flowers yellow. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. 
Yunnan, October 1904. 

23. Gentiana rhodantha, Franch. Wei Hsi valley, at an elevation 

of 9000 ft. Edges of dry pine woods and like situations. 
Flowers pink. Yunnan, October 1904. 

24. Gentiana ornata, Wall., var. alba. Plateau on summit of pass 

between Wei Hsi and Chi Tien on the Yangtse-Mekong 
divide. Elevation 14,000 ft. Flowers pure snow white. 
Yunnan, October 1904. 

25. Pleurogyne Forrestii, Balf. f. Sp. nov. Summit of pass 

between Yangtse and Wei Hsi, Yangtse-Mekong divide, also 
other places. Elevation from 9000 to 14,000 ft. Flowers blue. 



Ynunan, October 1904. 

[Dr. Diels considers this 
Franch.] 



ftoribunda 



26. Ludwigia prostrata, Roxb. Bunds of padi fields and- moist 

situations in the Wei Hsi Ting valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 
9000 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 



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27. Swertia punicea, Hemsl. Valley of the Mekong at an elevation 

of from 6000 to 9000 ft. Flowers deep purple. Yunnan, 
October 1904. 

28. Gentiana cephalantha, Franch. Descent from pass between 

Wei Hsi and the Yangtse-Mekong divide. In dry pine woods 
at 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Flowers blue. Yunnan, October 1904. 

29. Nicotiana rustica, Linn. Valley of Mekong under cultivation in 

places. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. Plant of 3 to 4 ft. Radical 
leaves same as stem leaves. Flowers green. Yunnan, October 
1904. 

30. Gentiana yunnanensis, Franch. Chung Tien plateau. Ele- 

vation 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Dry pastureland. Flowers blue. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

31. Salomonia cantoniensis, Lour. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

pink. Dry open pastureland in the Yung-ping valley. Teng 
Yueh-Talifu route. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. W. 
Yunnan, August 1906. 

32. Artemisia annua, Linn. Side valleys of the Mekong near Yeh 

Chih, Yunnan. Elevation 8000 ft. Height of plant from 
1^ to 3 ft. September 1904. 

33. Lactuca grandiflora, Franch. Pass between the Teng Chuan 

and Sung Kwei valleys. In moist places in pine woods at an 
elevation of 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 
deep blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

34- Paederia tomentosa, Bl. Embankment inside the city wall, 

Teng Yueh. Elevation 5600 ft. Climber. Flowers maroon 
and grey. Yunnan, August 1904. 

35. Impatiens drepanophora, Hook f. (?). Bhamo. Teng Yueh 

route. Shady banks of streams. Elevation 4000 ft. Plant 
of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers yellow. Upper Burmah, July 1904. 

36. Chrysanthemum tatsienense, Bur. et Franch. Western slopes 

of summit of Kari Pass, open heathy grassland. Elevation 
14,000 to 15,000 ft. Flowers deep orange-brown. Between 
Pung-tzu-la and Shi-zo. Yunnan, September 1904. 

37. Braya sinensis, Hemsl. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers white 

veined blue. Very moist gravelly situations, beds of mountain 
streams on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

38. Polygonum Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Marshy ground on 

hillsides, descent of Kari Pass, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Alt. 
10,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

39- Erigeron multiradiatus, Benth. Descent of the Kari Pass from 

Pung-tzu-la to Shi-zo. Elevation 13,000 ft. Moist thickets. 
Flowers deep rich blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

40- Rubia pallida, Diels. Sp. nov. Valley of the Yangtse between 

Chi Tien and Shih Ku, Yunnan. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. 
September 1904. 

4 1 - Cyananthus Delavayi, Franch. Niu Chang Pass on the descent 

to Chung Tien plateau. Yunnan. Elevation 14,000 ft. 
Flowers pure white. 



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42. Cornus capitata, Wall. Valley of Mekong from Tsekou to the 

junction of Wei Hsi River, also valley of Wei Hsi. Yunnan. 
September 1904. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. 

43. Erigeron patentisquama, J.F.Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Dry grassland 

on the summit of the Kari Pass. Yangtse-Mekong divide 
between Shih Pa and Yeh Chih. Lat. 27 50' N. Alt. 14,000 ft. 
September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

44- Wikstroemia scytophylla, Diels. Sp. nov. Dry limestone 

hills between Tang Tui and Chiao Tou, Yunnan. Elevation 
7000 to 9000 ft. September 1904. 

45- Gentiana heptaphylla, Balf. f. et G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Bare 

grassland on western side of summit of Kari Pass, also for 
some distance on descent to Shu Pa Lung valley. Yangtse- 
Mekong divide. Elevation 15,000 to 16,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

46. Primula capitata, Hook. Open marshy places in pine forests 

on the ascent to the Kari Pass between Pung-tzu-la and Shi-zo. 
Fragrant. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 14,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

47- Tilia paucicostata, Maxim., var. yunnanensis, Diels. Var. nov. 

Sides of streams, Shu-pa and Lopa valleys, Yangtse-Mekong 
divide between Pung-tzu-la and Shi-zo. Yunnan, September 
1904. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. 

48- Codonopsis Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Common in most places 

on the banks of the Yangtse, Yunnan. Elevation 5000 to 7000 
ft. Flowers rich blue. September 1904. 

49- Gentiana detonsa, Rottb. Barren hillsides in the valley of 

Tang Tui between Chung Tien and Chiao Tou. Elevation 
11,000 ft. Flowers bright blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

50. Saxifraga Candelabrum, Franch. Rocky banks in pine woods 

on pass between Chung Tien and Tang Tui. Elevation 11,000 



to 12,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 



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52. Spencena ramalana, Trimen. Chung Tien plateau between 

Hsia Chung Tien and Yong-ku. Boggy grassland. Alt. 
12,000 ft. Lat. 28 N. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

53. Tanacetum yunnanense, J . F. Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Base of cliffs 

on summit of Kari Pass, Mekong- Yangtse divide. Elevation 
15,000 it. Height of plant 18 inches. Flowers vellow. Yunnan 
September 1904. 

53A. Zanthoxylum acanthopodium, DC, var. Timbor, 

bnrub "* A * ri ^ • - -- ' 



Wall 



bhrub ot 6 to 12 ft. Common in the Yangtse valley. Lat. 26 
27 N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnar 

rcecio Jeffreyanus, Diels. Sp. nov. Sides of streams and 
marshy places in Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Yunnan. 
Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. September 1904. 



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55. Gentiana sikkimensis, Clarke. Eastern slope of pass between 

Shih Pa and Yeh Chih, Yangtse-Mekong divide between 
Shu-pa valley and Mekong. In moist pine woods at an ele- 
vation of 15,000 ft. Flowers blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

56. Potentilla concolor, Rolfe. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. Flowers 

bright orange. Rocky pastureland on the summit of pass 
between Shu-pa valley and the valley of the Mekong. Lat. 
27 50' N. Alt. 15,000 to 16,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. 
Yunnan. ^^ 

57- Girardinia condensata, Wight. Valley of Mekong from Tsekou 

to Wei Hsi valley. Elevation 5000 to 6500 ft. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 

58. Siegesbeckia orientalis, Linn. Common in most open valleys 

in Yunnan, specimen from Shu-pa valley. Elevation 9000 to 
10,000 ft. September 1904. 

59. Urtica fissa, E. Pritzel. Shu-pa and Mekong valleys, common 

at an elevation of 5000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

60. Ainsliaea pteropoda, DC. Valleys and ranges of the Yangtse- 

Mekong divide, generally in woods and shady places. Eleva- 
tion 6000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. Flowers 
rose-coloured. 

61. Saussurea lamprocarpa, Hemsl. Shu-pa valley, Yangtse-Mekong 

divide, dry woods. Elevation 9000 ft. Yunnan, September 
1904. Flowers pink. 

62. Microglossa albescens, C. B. Clarke. Valley of the Mekong from 

Tsekou to Wei Hsi and up Wei Hsi valley. Elevation 6000 to 
9000 ft. Flowers yellow- white. Yunnan, September 1904. 

63. Patrinia monandra, C. B. Clarke. Valley of the Yangtse be- 

tween Na Le and Ke Lo Wan. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. 
Flowers yellow. Yunnan, September 1904. 

[This and No. 422 resemble more the Himalayan type than 
the var. chtnensis Batal. from Northern Szechuan.] 

64 • Tagetes patula, Linn. In abundance on dry hillsides and beds 

of streams on divide between Teng Chuan and Chien Chuan 
valleys. Elevation 7000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

65. Salvia trijuga, Diels. Sp. nov. Teng Chuan and Sung Kwei 

valleys, generally in woods or shady places. Elevation 7000 to 
10,000 ft. Flowers purple, spotted with deeper shade. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

66. Geranium platypetalum, Franch. Descent from pass between 

the Teng Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys. Elevation 9000 to 
11,000 ft. In pine woods. Plant of 2 ft. Flowers deep maroon, 
almost black. Yunnan, September 1904. 

67. Corydalis Balfouriana, Diels. Sp. nov. Shady places round 

city wall, Talifu. Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 



Corydalis 



Sp. nov. Mekong valley round 



Wei Hsi. Mountain pastureland, open places in pine 
woods. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

>lygonum polystachyum, Wall Boggy pastureland on edge 
of woods, La Hsi Pa valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 



io Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

70. Senecio cyclotus, Bur. et Franch. Hills between the Teng Chuan 

and Sung River valleys. Elevation from 7500 to 10,000 ft. 
Plant of 2 ft. in height. Flowers yellow ; radical leaves dead 
at time of flowering, but same as stem leaves. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

71. Spathoglottis pubescens, Lindl. S. Fortunei, Lindl. Lime- 

stone hills in the Yung-ping valley, Teng Yueh to Talifu 
route, also divide between Hoching and Lichiang valleys. 
Sepals deep rich brown, petals yellow. Elevation 5000 to 7000 
ft. Yunnan, August 1904. 

72. Primula nutans, Delavay. Ascent from Teng Chuan valley 

to pass leading to Sung Kwei. In shady pine forests. Flowers 
rich blue. Lat. 26 12' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. September 1904. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

73. Silene grandiflora, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright 

carmine. Dry scrubby situations on the margins of woods 
in the Sung Kwei valley. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 8000 ft. 
September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

74. Saxifraga Balfourii, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. On the descent 

from pass between Teng Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys. Eleva- 
tion 9000 to 11,000 ft. Moist, rocky situations. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

75. Arenaria barbata, Franch. Dry limestone hillside on ascent from 

Teng Chuan valley to Sung Kwei. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 
ft. Flowers rose, almost white. Yunnan, September 1904. 

76. Swertia macrosperma, C. B. Clarke. Dry limestone hillside on 

ascent of pass between Teng Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys. 
Elevation 8000 to 10,000 ft. Flowers pale blue. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

77. Carum Delavayi, Franch. Valleys of the Mekong-Salwen at an 

elevation of 6000 to 8000 ft. Moist pastureland, Teng Yueh 
to Talifu route. Yunnan, September 1904. 

78. Tofieldia divergens, Bur. et Franch Common in most valleys 

at an elevation of 7000 to 10,000 ft. on rocky pastureland. 
Flowers greenish white. Specimen from Sung Kwei valley. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

79. Caryopteris Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Dry stony ground at 

head of the Teng Chuan valley at an elevation' of 8000 ft. 
A shrub of 3 to 4 ft. Flowers greenish white. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

80. Hypericum Ascyron, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2h ft. Flowers bright 

yellow, large. Moist situations by padi fields in the Chien 
Chuan valley. Lat. 26 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 



81. 



Lysimachia Hemsleyana, Maxim. Moist ground by the sides 

of padi fields, etc., in the Teng Chuan and Hoching valleys. 
Lat. 26 to 26 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 8500 ft. N.W. Yunnan. 
China. 



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83. Codonopsis ovata, Benth., var. Head of Hoching valley. Dry, 

scrubby places at an elevation of 8000 ft. Flowers green, 
purple in centre. Yunnan, September 1904. 

84. Begonia sinensis, A. DC. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rose. Moist, 

open situations in mixed forests on the Mekong-Salwin, 
N.W. of Tsekou. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
October 1904. S.E. Tibet. 



85- 



86. Chlorophytum chinense, Bur. et Franch., vel aff. Valley of 

the Yangtse below Pung-tzu-la, dry limestone district. Eleva- 
tion 9000 ft. Flower unknown. Yunnan, September 1904. 

87. Sedum trifidum, Wall. Vars. Growing on damp cliffs and 

the roots of trees in valleys of the Mekong- Yangtse divide 
between Pung-tzu-la and Yeh Chih. Flowers greenish-yellow. 
Elevation 9000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

88. Saxifraga macrostigma, Franch., var. Georgeana, Engl, et 

Irmscher. Var. nov. Heathy grassland near the summit of 
the Kari Pass between Pung-tzu-la and Shi-zo. Flowers 
yellow. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 15,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

89. Saxifraga brachypoda, Don, var. fimbriata (Wall.), Engl, et 

Irmscher. Open, heathy situations on the summit of the 
Kari Pass between Pung-tzu-la and the Shu-pa valley. Lat. 
28 N. Alt. 15,000 ft. September 1904, N.W. Yunnan. 

90. Tribulus terrestris, Linn. Dry limestone, part of the Yangtse 

valley between Chiao Tou and Pung-tzu-la. Elevation 9000 ft. 
Flowers yellow. Yunnan, September 1904. 

91. Aristolochia gentilis, Franch. Valley of the Yangtse below 

Pung-tzu-la. Elevation 8900 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 
Climber. 

92. Clematis Delavayi, Franch., var. spinescens, Balf. f. Var. nov. 

Dry almost spinous shrub of 2 to 3 ft. Extremely arid situa- 
tion, dry limestone country with scarcely any other vegetation 
in the Yangtse valley below Pung-tzu-la. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 
10,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

93. Amethystea coerulea, Linn. Mekong valley in very dry situa- 

tions, generally on top of mud walls and waste places. Eleva- 
tion 5600 to 7000 ft. Flowers deep lavender. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

94- Phtheirospermum chinense, Bunge. Mekong and side valleys 

in dry situations, open places in woods at an elevation of 7000 
to 9000 ft. Flowers bright pink. Yunnan, September 1904. 

95. Acer laetum, C. A. Mey., var. cultratum (Wall.), Pax. Mekong 

and side valleys generally, just below the pine belt. Elevation 
from 8000 to 11,000 ft. Tree of 30 to 50 ft. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 



12 Plantae Chinenses ForrestianaE 

96. Phytolacca acinosa, Roxb. Descent from Kari Pass to Shu-pa 

valley edges of moist pine woods at an elevation of 11,000 to 
13,000 ft. Yunnan. Herbaceous plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 
in dense ravines, pink. September 1904. 

97. Geranium kariense, Knuth. Sp. nov. Moist pine woods, western 

slope of Kari Pass, Mekong- Yangtse divide. Elevation 11,000 
to 13,000 ft. Flowers magenta. Yunnan, September 1904. 

98. Carpesium abrotanoides, Linn. Damp places in woods, head 

of Lang Kung valley. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

99. Saxifraga micrantha, Edgew., var. yunnanensis, Franch. 

Flowers white. In pine forests near the summit of the Kari 
on the Yangtse-Mekong divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 14,000 to 
15,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

100. Caryopteris Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrubby plant, 1 to 

2 ft. Usually prostrate. Valley of the Yangtse below 
Pung-tzu-la. Dry limestone country. Elevation 9000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

101. Euphorbia thymifolia, Burm. Dry, rocky country between 

Chang Tien and Chiao Tou, near Pung-tzu-la on the Yangtse. 
Elevation 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

102. Hemipilia flabellata, Bur. et. Franch. Dividing ridge between 

Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Elevation 9000 ft. Near 
Ling-shan Ho river. Flowers purplish rose. Yunnan, 1904. 

103. Lespedeza trigonoclada, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 9 ft. Flowers 

pale yellow. Moist situations side of streams, etc. Common 
in the Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Specimen from near 
Sung Kwei. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

104. Saxifraga gemmipara, Franch. Common on all the mountains 

of the Mekong and Yangtse basins. Rocky situations. 
Elevation from 7000 to 14,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

105. Senecio pleurocaulis, Franch. Marshy ground, sides of ponds, 

etc. Chung Tien plateau. Elevation 12,000 to 13,000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

106. Cyananthus macrocalyx, Franch. Summit of Niu Chang 

Pass between Ke-Lo- Wan and Chung Tien plateau. Elevation 
15,000 ft. Flowers primrose yellow. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

107. Allium rubellum, M.B. Valley of the Yangtse below Pung- 

tzu-la. Dry limestone country. Elevation 9000 ft. Flowers 
pink. Yunnan, September 1904. 

108. Androsace Bulleyana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Dry, rocky hill- 

sides on the descent from the Chung Tien plateau to the 
Yangtse valley near Tang Tui. Flowers bright vermilion. 

Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

109. Gentiana fastigiata, Franch. Dry, rocky hillsides on descent 

from Chung Tien plateau to Yangtse near Tang Tui. Eleva- 
tion 10,000 ft, Yunnan, September 1904. 



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no. Amphicome arguta, Royle. Dry situations on descent from 

Chung Tien plateau to Yangtse near Chiao Tou. Elevation 
9000 to 10,000 ft. Shrub of 2 to 2\ ft. Flowers pink. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

in. Campanula colorata, Wall. Dry limestone country, valley 

of the Yangtse near Pung-tzu-la. Elevation 9000 ft. 
Flowers blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

[Apparently very frequent and variable in the districts of 
Pung-tzu-la, Lichiang, Tali, Tsang-shan.] 

1 

112. Pertya phylicoides, J. F. Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Dry limestone 

country on the descent from Chung Tien plateau to Yangtse 
near Chiao Tou. Elevation 10,000 ft. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

113. Saxifraga gemmipara, Franch. Common, Yangtse and Mekong 

basins. Elevation 8000 to 12,000 ft. Rocky situations. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

114. Saxifraga hispidula, D. Don, var. Doniana, Engl. Ascent of 

the Niu Chang Pass from Ke-Lo-Wan on the Yangtse. Dry, 
rocky situations. Elevation 10,000 to 12,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

115. Saxifraga diversifolia, Wall., f. angustibracteata, Engl, et 

Irmscher. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers golden yellow. 
Moist, rocky situations on the ascent of the Niu Chang Pass 
from Ke-Lo-Wan on the Yangtse to the Chung Tien plateau. 
Lat. 27 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1904. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

116. Smilax discotis, Warb. East side of Yangtse between Na Le 

and Hsia So Yi, sides of streams. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Eleva- 
tion 5000 to 6000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

117. Impatiens Delavayi, Franch. Slopes of the Niu Chang Pass 

and Chung Tien plateau around Hsia Chang Tien. Moist, 
rocky situations. Flowers rose-purple. Height from 1 to 
4 ft. Elevation 10,000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

118. Circaeaster agrestis, Maxim. Moist, rocky situations on the 

Chung Tien plateau, near Hsia Chung Tien. Lat. 28 N. 
Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, September 1904. 

119. Potentilla fruticosa, Linn. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Dry, rocky situations on the Chung Tien plateau, near Hsia 
Chung Tien, also on the summit of the Kari Pass. Lat. 
27 to 28 N. Alt. 14,000 to 15,000 ft. September 1904 
N.W. Yunnan. 

120. Gentiana detonsa, Rottb. Rocky hillside on descent from 

Chung Tien plateau to valley of Yangtse, near Tang Tui. 
Flowers blue. Elevation 10,000 ft. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

121. Androsace erecta, Maxim. Dry, rocky hillsides on the descent 

from the Chung Tien plateau to the Yangtse valley, near 
Tang Tui. Flowers rosy white. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 
10,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



14 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

122. Parnassia Wightiana, Wall. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Flowers 

creamy white. Boggy situations at the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

123. Saxifraga turfosa, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant of 

8 to 14 inches. Flowers golden yellow. Boggy, stony 
situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

124. Saxifraga brachyphylla, Franch. Plant of 8 to 14 inches. 

Flowers orange-yellow. Boggy situations at the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

125. Poterium officinale, Benth. et Hook. f. Hillside, base of 

Lichiang peak, Lichiang valley. Elevation 10,000 ft. 
Flowers crimson. Yunnan, September 1904. 

126. Coleus wulfenioides, Diels. Sp. nov. Common in pine woods 

sides of Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Elevation from 8000 
to 9000 ft. Flowers purple. Yunnan, September 1904. 

127. Trachydium purpurascens, Franch. Boggy ground on the 

ascent of the Niu Chang Pass between Ke-Lo-Wan and the 
Chung Tien plateau. Elevation 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

128. Ainsliaea pertyoides, Franch., y albo-tomentosa, Beauv. 

Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Shady woods on hills west of Yunnanfu, 
at an elevation of 7000 to 8500 ft. Flowers pale rose. 
Yunnan, February 1905. 

129. Rubus Delavayi, Franch. In pine forests on the divide between 

the Hoching and the Lichiang valleys. Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

130. Myricaria germanica, Desv. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

rose. Dry, stony situations by sides of streams in the Chien 
Chuan, Hoching, and Lichiang valleys. Specimens from 
Chien Chuan. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. September 
1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

131- Parnassia mysorensis, Heyne. In dry pine woods on the divide 

between the Chien Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys, between 
Tai Ho Tsun and Sung Kwei. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

132. Geranium platylobum (Franch.), R. Knuth. Pass between 

Chun Chuan and Sung Kwei at an elevation of 9000 to 10,000 
ft. Flowers pink. Yunnan, September 1904. 

133- Wikstroemia dolichantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Rocky hillsides, 

Chien Chuan and Hoching valleys at an elevation of 7000 to 
9000 ft. Shrub of 2 ft. high. Flowers yellow. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

134- Dicentra torulosa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Climber of 5 to 15 ft. 

Flowers yellow. Common on scrub and undergrowth in 
most valleys. Lat. 25 to 28 N. Alt. 5000 to 9000 ft. Sep* 
tember 1904. W. Yunnan. 









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135. Caltha palustris, Linn. Marshy pastureland in the Lank 

Kong valley. Lat. 26 10' N. Alt. 8000 ft. September 
1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

136. Orchis Forrestii, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Mekong-Salwin divide 



behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 



137- Lithospermum 



Plant of 6 to 14 inches. 



Flowers blue. Forming loose clumps in clefts of rocks in 
very dry, exposed situations on hills to the north of Yunnanfu. 
Lat. 25 5' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. February 1905. S.W. 
Yunnan. 

138. Campanula fulgens, Wall. Dry pastureland, common in the 

valleys north of Talifu. Elevation 7000 to 11,000 ft. Flowers 
blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

■ 

[The lower leaves are remarkably broad.] 

I 39- Hysanthes hyssopoides, Benth. Moist ground, foot of range 

of mountains west of Tali, the Tsan Shan. Elevation 7000 ft. 
Flowers lilac. Yunnan, September 1904. 

140. Magnolia conspicua, Salisb. Tree of 30 to 60 ft. Flowers rose 

pink. Flowers appearing before the foliage. In pine and 
mixed forests on the Mekong-Salwen divide. Lat. 28 15' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June to July 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

141. Mahonia nepalensis, DC. Mekong and side valleys at an eleva- 

tion of from 8000 to 12,000 ft. Shrub of from 4 to 12 ft. 
Flowers bright yellow. Yunnan, September 1904. 

* 

142. Gymnadenia conopsea, R.Br. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

143. Satyrium yunnanense, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Western slope of 

the Niu Chang Pass between Ke-Lo-Wan and the Chung 
Tien plateau. Moist, rocky places. Elevation 7000 to 10,000 
ft. Flowers bright orange. Yunnan, September 1904. 

144. Satyrium nepalense, D. Don. Dry pastureland at an elevation 

of 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Chung Tien plateau. Flowers flesh- 
coloured, odour same as hyacinth. Yunnan, September 1904. 

145. Lobelia sessilifolia, Lamb. Boggy hillsides, Lichiang peak, 

Lichiang valley. Elevation 10,000 ft. Flowers deep blue. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

146. Prinsepia utilis, Royle. Shrub of 3 to 9 ft. Flowers yellowish 

white. Open, moist, and dry situations in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6500 to 8000 ft. August to September 
1904. W. Yunnan. 

147. Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Lindl. Divide between the Chien 

Chuan and Teng Chuan valleys. Elevation 7000 to 9000 ft. 
Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers white. Yunnan, October 1904. 

148. Viola Bisseti, Maxim. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers pale 

blue or white, fragrant. Sheltered situations in scrub on the 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. September 1906. S.E. Tibet. 

148A. Potentilla Leschenaultiana, Ser. Base of hills along west 

side of Tali Lake, dry pastureland. Elevation 6700 ft. 
Flowers white. Yunnan, September 1904. 



i6 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



149. Pueraria edulis, Pampanini. Scandent plant of 10 to 20 ft. 

Flowers purple or white. Common in most valleys, grown 
for food and probably an escape. Lat. 26 to 28 N. Alt. 
6000 to 10,000 ft. September 1904. Yunnan. 

150. Parochetus communis, Hamilt. Moist situations by streams 

in most valleys of N. Yunnan. Specimen from Wei Hsi 
Ting valley. Lat. 26 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

151. Piptanthus tomentosus, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Very 

exposed situations on the snow-line on the Lichiang peak. 
Lat. 27° 15' N. Alt. 14,000 to 15,000 ft. December 1904. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

152. Lespedeza Feddeana, Schindler. Sp. nov. Divide between 

Lang Kung and Chien Chuan valleys. Grassy hillsides. 
Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

I 53- Lespedeza polyantha (Franch.), Schindler. Shrub of 8 to 15 ft. 

Flowers lavender and creamy white. By sides of streams 
in the valleys of the Mekong- Yangtse divide. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 11,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

154. Lespedeza sericea, Miq. Grassy hillsides near streams in 

the Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Flowers white. Lat. 26 
30' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. September 1904. N.W.Yunnan. 

155. Rosa Banksiae, R. Br. Amongst scrub in open situations in the 

Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

156. Clematis fasciculiflora, Franch. On shrubs in open situations 

in pine forests on the Chung Tien plateau. Flowers fragrant. 
Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan. 

*57- Cypripedium tibeticum, King. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

158. Potentilla fulgens, Wall. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

159. Daphne odora, Thunb. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Shady thickets on 

hills west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Flowers 

ranging from pale pink to white according to situation ; fragrant, 

perfume identical with clove carnation. Yunnan, February 
1905. 

t6o. Anemone obtusiloba, Don. 

161. Sarcanthus filiformis, Lindl. Damp rocks on sides of streams, 

Nam-sa-Ho frontier of Upper Burmah and China (Shan States). 
Flowers flesh red. July 1904. 

162. Swertia Delavayi, Franch. Valley of the Yangtse above 

Shih-ko. Elevation 6000 to 8000 ft. Flowers pale blue. 
Yunnan, October 1904. 

163. Halenia elliptica, D. Don. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

164. Swertia bimaculata, Hook, f . et Thorns. Borders of padi fields 

in shady places, south end of Chien Chuan valley. Plant of 
from 2 to 3 ft. Alt. 8000 ft, Yunnan, 1904. 



Numerical Catalogue 17 

165. Platanthera stenostachya, Lindl. Moist hill pasture, Nantien 

valley, Bhamo — Teng-Yueh route. Elevation 4000 to 5000 ft. 
Flowers green. Yunnan, July 1904. 

166. Spiranthes australis, Lindl. Dry pastureland in most valleys 

at an elevation of from 5000 to 9000 ft. Flowers pink and 
white. Yunnan, September 1904. 

167. Oreorchis foliosa, Lindl. Valley of the Yangtse around Pung- 

tzu-la, and also on Mekong- Yangtse divide. Alt. from 6000 to 
9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

168. Oreorchis foliosa, Lindl. Mekong-Salwin divide behind Tsekou 

Mission. Elevation 6000 to 9000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

169. Stellera Chamaejasme, Linn. Dry, stony ground, head of 

Sung Kwei valley. Elevation 8000 ft. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 



(shrub). Yunnan, September 1904. 



170. 



txifraga filicaulis, Wall. Ascent of the Niu Chang Pass to 
Chung Tien plateau, also abundant in places on plateau, 
rocky situations. Elevation 10,000 to 14,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

171. Saxifraga strigosa, Wall. Descent from pass between Teng 

Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys. Elevation 10,000 ft. Moist, 
rocky situations. Yunnan, September 1904. 

172. Bergenia purpurascens (Hook, f. et Thorns.), Engl., var. 

Delavayi (Franch.), Engl, et Irmscher. Mekong-Salwin divide 
behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

173. Saxifraga Candelabrum, Franch. Mekong-Salwin divide be- 

hind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

174. Anemone rivularis, Ham. Pasturelands, woodlands, etc., 

common in most valleys north of Talifu. Lat. 26 to 28' N*. 
Alt. 6000 to 10,000 ft. September 1904. W. and N.W. Yunnan. 

175- Clematis trullifera, Finet et Gagnep. Flowers yellow, fragrant. 

Valley of the Mekong between Ka-Ka and the junction of 
the Wei Hsi river. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 6000 ft. October 
1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

176. Eria acervata, Lindl. Rocks on banks of stream, near Nam 

sa Ho frontier, Upper Burmah and China. Flowers pure 
white, perfumed. July 1904. 

177- Daphne odora, Thunb. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Shady thickets 

on hills west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Flowers 
ranging from pale pink to white, according to situation ; 
fragrant, perfume identical with clove carnation. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 

178. Bergenia purpurascens (Hook. f. et Thorns.), Engl., var. 

Delavayi (Franch.), Engl, et Irmscher. Dry, grassy hillsides, 
Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

179. Clematis fasciculiflora, Franch. Plant of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 

creamy-yellow, fragrant, on scrub in open situations in pine 
forests on the Chung Tien plateau. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 13,000 



ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan 




18 Plaxtae Chinenses Forrestiaxae 

180. Clematis ranunculoides, Franch. Common in most valleys. 

Teng Yueh, Talifu route, also in some north of Tali on lime- 
stone hill pastureland, etc., at an elevation of from 6000 
to 9000 ft. Flowers purple, height of plant from 1 to 9 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

181. Potentilla fulgens, Wall. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

182. Drosera peltata, Sm. Open pastureland on the eastern flank 

of the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

183. Delphinium grandiflorum, Linn. Dry, open pastureland near 

the head of the Lang Kung valley" Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. October 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

184. 

185. Habenaria acuifera, Lindl. Moist, hill pastureland Nantien 

valley, Bhamo— Teng- Yueh route. Elevation 4000 to 5000 
ft. Flowers bright yellow. Yunnan, July 1904. 

186-187. 

188. Sedum multicaule, Wall. Rocks near summit of Niu Chang 

Pass and on Chung Tien plateau. Alt. from 9000 to 13,000 
ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

189. Clematis montana, Ham., f. grandiflora. Flowers white, purple 

on exterior, on scrub in pine forests in the Lopa and Shu-pa 
valleys on the Yangtse-Mekong divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

190-191. 

192. Berberis Wallichiana, DC. Open situations on margins of 

pine forests on the descent of the Kari Pass. Lat. 28 N 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

193- Clematis Armandi, Franch. Climber of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 

pure white and very fragrant. South end of Lu-feng-hsien 
valley in shady thickets. Elevation 7000 ft. Yunnan 
February 1905. ' 

I94-I95- 

196. Sedum Balfouri, Hamet. Sp. nov. Kari Pass, Yangtse- 
Mekong divide on rocks at an alt. of 9000 to 10,000 ft 
Tibet, 1904. 

197 Sedum drymarioides, Hance. Wet rocks on Niu Chan? Pass 

between Yangtse and Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 9000 to 10 000 



ft. 



ecu x angise ana uiung 1 ien plateau. Alt. 9000 to 10 000 
Yunnan, 1904. * 



198. 



:dum obtusipetalum, Franch. Valley of the Yangtse between 
Chu Tien and Shi-Ku. Alt. 7000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 



Sedum primuloid 



Sak T m £;° ldeS ' u Ch ;, Dry r ° cks 0n base ° f Lichiang 

Y e u a n k nan^it 4 " "' ^ I2 '°°° *' Fl0WerS whUe 






Numerical Catalogue ig 

201 Paliurus australis, Gaertn., var. orientaiis, Franch. Ascent of 

pass between Pung-tzu-la, on Yangtse and Lopa vallev 

Yangtse-Mekong aivide. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. TibeV 
1904. 

202. Polygonum leptopodum, Diels. Sp. nov. South end of Lang 

Rung valley. Dry, stony hillsides. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

203. Euphorbia Helioscopia, Linn. Hill pastureland around 

Yunnanfu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

Y 204. Orchis Forrestii, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Dry, shady banks, head of 

Hochmg valley. Flowers reddish-purple. Alt. 8000 ft. 
Yunnan, 1904. 

205. Coriaria nepalensis, Wall. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers deep 

rose. Shady thickets, on hills on west side of Yunnanfu 
lake. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1905. 

206. Swertia nervosa, Wall. Chung Tien plateau, open, grassy 

situations. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

207. Sedum multicaule, Wall. Hillsides on Shu-pa and Lopa valleys. 

Yangtse and Mekong divide between Pung-tzu-la and Yeh 
Chih. Elevation 8000 to 9000 ft. September 1904. 

208. Polygonum sphaerostachyum, Meissn. Boggy ground, head of 

Lang Rung valley. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

209. Andrachne cordifolia, Muell. Arg. ?. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

Shady situations on edges of cane brakes, on hills west of 
Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

210. Pistacia weinmannifolia, Poisson. Amongst scrub in the 

Mekong and Yangtse valleys. Lat. 26 to 28 N. Alt. 5000 to 
6000 ft. Specimen from the Mekong valley near Bati. Lat 
27 30' N. October 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

211. Pleurogyne Forresti, Balf. f. Sp. nov. Dry, open hillsides, 

edge of pine woods. Lang Rung and other valleys. Alt. 



7000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

[Dr. Diels considers this 
Franch.] 



forib 



212. Sedum trifidum, Wall., var. Forresti, Hamet. Var. nov. 

Moist rocks on pass between Teng Chuan valley and Sung 
Rwei. Elevation 8000 to 11,000 ft. Flowers greenish-white. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

213. Impatiens corchorifolia, Franch. Moist, shady situations, 

valleys of Mekong and Sal win. Yunnan, August 1904. 

214. Rosa Banksiae, R. Br. South end of Lang Rung valley. Alt. 

8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

215. Lobelia Wallichiana, Hook. f. et Thorns.— I. pyramidal**, 

Wall. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Dry, open places on wooded hills, 
west of Yunnanfu. Yunnan, February 1905. 

[This is much like the Manipur plant. It was collected 
also by Anderson near Poneline, and by Henry near Ichang.] 

216. Anemone demissa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Mekong-Salwin divide 

to the north-west of Tsekou Mission, Mekong valley. Lat. 
28 12 'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. 
Tibet. 




20 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

217. Clematis grata, Wall. Fairly common in all valleys at from 

5000 to 9000 ft. Flowers yellowish-white. Yunnan, September 

1904. 

218. Viola diffusa, Ging. Open grassland on limey soil, Chung 

Tien plateau. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

219. Rosa sericea, Lindl., f. pteracantha, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 

ft. Flowers white on the ascent of the Niu Chang Pass from 
the Yangtse valley to the Chung Tien plateau. Lai. 27 30' N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

220. Hemiphragma heterophyllum, Wall. In dry pine forests on 

the Chung Tien plateau. Lat. 27 28' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 
ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

221. Delphinium micropetalum, Fin. et Gagnep. Shady, dry situa- 

tions in pine forests on the Chung Tien plateau. Lat. 27 50' N. 
Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

. Berberis integerrima, Bunge, ex Franchet. An recte ? Dry 
hillsides to the north of the Chien Chuan valley. Shrub 
of 6 to 10 ft. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. September 
1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

223. Corydalis yunnanensis, Franch., var. megalantha, Diels. 

Shady situations in mixed forests on the Mekong-Salwin 
divide. Lat. 28 12" N. Alt. 10,000 ft. September 1904. 
S.E. Tibet. 

224. Euphorbia bupleuroides, Diels. Sp. nov. Barren pine woods 

between Chen-nan-cho and Sha-chiao. Elevation 7000 to 
8000 ft. Yunnan, March 1905. 

225. Swertia purpurascens, Wall, var. violaceo-cincta, Franch. 

Descent from Yangtse divide into Chien Chuan valley, side 
of a lake, at an elevation of 10,000 ft. Flowers green, maroon 
centre. Height 1 to 2 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1904. 

226. Rosa sp. La Hsi Pa valley, shores of La Hsi Pa lake. 

Yunnan, September 1904. Elevation 8500 ft. 

227. Kerria japonica, DC. Moist, shady situations in the valleys of 

the Mekong and Wei Hsi rivers. Lat. 27 to 28' N. Alt. 
5000 to 7000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan and S.E. 
Tibet. 

228. Polygala japonica, DC. Dry, bare hills, south end of Lu-feng- 

hsien valley. Elevation 7000 ft. Flowers bright blue. 
Yunnan, February 1905. 

229. Rosa Banksiae, R. Br. Open situations in the Mekong valley, 

above Yeh Chih. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

230. Veratrilla Baillonii, Franch.— Swertia mekongensis, Balf. f. et. 

G. Forrest. Mekong-Salwin divide behind Tsekou Mission. 
Tibet, 1904. 

231. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Common in most valleys in 

moist, shady places in an altitude of 5000 to 8000 ft. Western 
Yunnan, September 1904. 









Numerical Catalogue 21 

232. Bulbophyllum thibetense, Rolfe. Sp. nov. On dry rocks 

valley of the Mekong between Bati and Tsekou. Alt. 6000 ft! 
Tibet, 1904. 

233. Cymbidium pumilum, Rolfe. Limestone valleys leading from 

the Chung Tien plateau to Pung-tzu-la on the Yangtse. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

234- 

235- Polygala persicariae folia, DC. Common in most valleys in dry, 

stony pastures at an elevation of 6000 to 10,000 ft. Flowers 
red. Yunnan, September 1904. 

236. Polygala sibirica, Linn. Open grassland in pine woods descent 

of Kan Pass to Mekong, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Alt. 9000 ft. 
Tibet, 1904. 

237. Thalictrum virgatum, Hook. f. et Thorns. Rocky situations 

on the ascent of the Niu Chang Pass from Ke-Lo-Wan on the 

Yangtse. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. N.W.Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

1(238. Viola Bisseti, Maxim. Flowers white or blue, fragrant. 

Marshy rocky ground in the Shu -pa valley. Yangtse-Mekong 
divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 9000 ft. September 1904. S.E. 
Tibet. 

239. Viola Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Dry pine woods on the descent from the Chung 
Tien plateau to the Yangtse valley. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 10,000 
to 12,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

240. Cymbidium grandiflorum, Griff. Growing at Mission, China 

Inland Mission, Talifu. Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

241. Polygonum calostachyum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers deep crimson. Moist mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

242. Viola Patrinii, DC. Clayey ground on low hills in the Lichiang 

valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. September 1004. 
N.W. Yunnan. F V * 

243. Viola serpens, Wall. Valley of the Mekong between Bati and 

Yeh Chih. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. September 
1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

244. Thalictrum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

bright blue. Radical leaves same as stem leaves. Moist, 
rocky situations in the valleys of the Mekong and Salwin, 
Teng Yueh to Talifu route, also on the Chung Tien plateau. 
Lat. 25 to 28 N. Alt. 8000 to 13,000 ft. August 1904. W. 
and N.W. Yunnan. 

245. Thalictrum Delavayi, Franch. Moist, rocky ravines on the 

Chung Tien plateau. Flowers blue. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

246. Ophiopogon japonicus, Ker. Grassy, open situations in pine 

woods, Niu Chang and Kari Passes. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 ft. 
Yunnan and Tibet. iqo4. 



22 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



2 47- Juncus Clarkei, Buchenau. Hillsides, Lang Kung valley. 

Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

■ 

248. Streptopus amplexifolius, DC. Stony places in pine woods, 

valley of the Mekong Yeh Chih to Bati. Alt. 6000 to 7000 
ft. Tibet, 1904. 

249. Streptopus amplexifolius, DC. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. 

Flowers white, rose on exterior. Dry, shady situations in 
and on the margins of pine forests on the Mekong-Salwin 
divide. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 
1904. S.E. Tibet. 

250. Gentiana detonsa, Rottb. Damp, gravelly ground south end 

of the Lang Kung valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

251. Trillium Tschonoskii, Maxim. Ascent of Kari Pass, Yangtse- 

Mekong divide. Alt. 8000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

252. Oligobotrya Henry i, Baker. Plant of ij to 2 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green, fragrant. Open situations in pine and 
mixed forests on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 10' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

253. Allium cyaneum, Reg. Open grassland, boggy. Chung Tien 

plateau, 6 miles south of town. Elevation 12,000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

254. Allium polyastrum, Diels. Sp. nov. Chung Tien plateau. 

Elevation i2;ooo to 13,000 ft. Moist situations. Plant 1 to 
2 ft. Flowers pale rose. Yunnan, September 1904. 

255. Belamcanda chinensis (Linn.), Lem. Head of Chien Chuan 

yalley beyond Chia Ho, generally in marshy ground, also 
Wei Hsi valley. Alt. from 8000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 
Root a rhizome same as Iris. 

256. Habenaria Miersiana, Champ. Sides of gorge between Chien 

Chuan-cho and Niu Kai, Yunnan. Elevation 8000 to 9000 
ft. September 1904. 

257. Habenaria Miersiana, Champ. Dry, grassy hillsides, Chien 

Chuan valley. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Flowers white. Yunnan 
1904. ' 

258. Roscoea capitata, Sm., var. purpurata, Gagnep. Valley leading 

up to divide between Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Eleva- 
tion 7000 to 8000 ft. Flowers deep purple. Yunnan 
September 1904. ' 

259- Platanthera iantha, Wight. Dry hillsides, Teng Yueh to Talifu 

route, Yung Ping valley. Elevation 6000 ft. Yunnan 
August 1904. 

260. Clematis grata, Wall. In thickets at the head of the Chien 

^Yunnan: " ^ * **" 8 °°° fc ° Ct ° ber ^ 

261. Liparis Forrestii, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Damp woods around Nam 

rl Vcu e o atl0n 7 ° 00 ft Fronti er of Upper Burmah and 
China (Shan States). Flowers green and yellow. July 1904. 

262. Delphinium grandiflorum, Linn. Dry hillsides. Common in 

Tu^tiLTltt 1 ^ ValleyS ' Alt 7-o to xo,ooo ft. 












Numerical Catalogue 23 

263. Habenaria ensifolia, Lindl. Valleys of Mekong and Salwin, 

Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 6000 to 10,000 ft. Moist 
pastureland. Flowers green. Yunnan, August 1904. 

264. Platanthera Susannae, Lindl. Marshy hillsides, common in 

places all over Yunnan. Elevation from 5000 to 9000 ft. 
Flowers greenish-white. September 1904. 






w 



265. Pleione yunnanensis, Rolfe. Mekong-Salwin divide, N 

Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

266. Thunia venosa, Rolfe. Hill pastureland above Yung-ping 

valley, Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. 
Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers rose and white. Yunnan, August 
1904. 

267. Allium rhynchogynum, Diels. Sp. nov. Cliffs, valley of 

Yangtse between Chu Tien and Shih Ku. Alt. 6000 to 7000 
ft. Flowers rose coloured. Yunnan, 1904. 

268. Burmannia disticha, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

purplish-blue. Boggy situations on mountain pastureland 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. 
Alt. 9 to 10,000 ft. October 1904. W. Yunnan. 

269. Clintonia udensis, Trautv. et Mey. Plant of 10 to 14 inches. 

Flowers white. Shady situations in mixed forests on the 
banks of the Shupa river, Shu-pa valley, Mekong- Yangtse 
divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 9000 ft. September 1904. S.E. 
Tibet. 

270. Aconitum Souliei, Finet et Gagnep. Pine woods at an altitude 

of 14,000 ft. on range between Chung Tien plateau and 
Yangtse valley. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

271. Trollius patulus, Salisb. Rocky mountain meadows on the 

Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 
ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

■ 

272. Cardamine macrophylla, Willd. Open, boggy situations, sides 

of streams, etc., Kari Pass, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

273. Fern, Length of frond, 5 to 6 ft. Sides of shady watercourse, 

head of Lang Kung valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

274. Adiantum. Valley of Yangtse, round Niu Pi Wan, on dry 

rocks. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

2 75- Polystichum. Moist rocks on the ascent of the Niu Chang Pass 

from Ke-Lo-Wan on the Yangtse. Elevation 9000 to 12,000 
ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 



. 



276. Lygodium. Valley of the Mekong, Teng Yueh-Talifu route. 

Climbing over scrub in all situations. Elevation up to 
6000 ft. Yunnan, August 1904. 

277. Ophioglossum. Valley of Sung Kwei, south of Hoching valley, 

pastureland boggy, at an elevation of 8000 ft. Yunnan. 
September 1904. 

278. Fern. Pass between Teng - Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys. 

Elevation 8000 to 10,000 ft. Dry, rocky situations. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 



24 Plantae Chinenses Forrest i an ae 

279. Juncus longistamineus, Camus. Open, stony ground, head 

of Chien Chuan valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

280. Aconitum acaule (Finet et Gagnep.), Diels. Open mountain 

pastureland on the Tali range to the west of Talifu. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. October 1904. W. Yunnan. 

281. Trollius patulus, Salisb. Open mountain pastureland on the 

Kari Pass, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 
12,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

y 282. Pirus Pashia, Ham. Shrub of 3 to 12 ft. Flowers white. 

Various situations on hills between An-ning-cho and Kwang- 
tung-hsien. Elevation 6000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, February 
1905. 

283. Cotoneaster hebephylla, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. 

Flowers white. Open situations at the north end of the 

Chung Tien plateau on the descent of pass leading to the 

Yangtse valley. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 14,000 ft. September 
1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

284. Rosa damascena, Mill. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Clayey ground, 

sides of streams and shady situations, Talifu. Elevation 
6500 ft. Yunnan, December 1904. 

285. Asplenium. Rocky situations in most valleys north of Talifu. 

Specimen from Lichiang valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 
1904. 

286. Polystichum. Shady rocks, Lichiang valley. Alt. 10 000 ft. 

Yunnan, 1904. 

287. Pteris. Shady rocky places, Lichiang valley. Alt. 10,000 ft. 

Yunnan, 1904. 

288. Fern. Shady sides of watercourse, head of Lang Rung valley. 



Alt 



Yunnan, 1904. 



289. Polystichum. Dry banks in pine woods, Chung Tien plateau 

Alt. 12,000 to 14,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

290. Aconitum sp. In dense pine woods on pass between Chung 

Tien and Tang Tui. Elevation 12,000 ft. Flowers purple- 
blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

291. Rubus ellipticus, Smith, var. obcordatus, Franch. In thickets 

on the margins of pine forests in the Sung Rwei vallev Plant 

° f I0 ^t w v Lat 26 ° 3 °' N ' Mt ' 9° 00 ft - September 



292 



1904. N.W 

rydalis yunnanensis, Franch., var. megalantha, Diels. Var 

nov. Shady situations in the Mekong valley near Bati. Lat' 
27 40 N. Alt. 6000 to 9000 ft. October 1904. S.E. Tibet. ' 

293. Euphorbia nepalensis, Boiss. Dry, grassy hillsides on hills to 

the north of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan 
February 1905. dU ' 

294 ' Fe T™;„ &*n° f , a fer "' 4 to 6 "• V ^ "»>»* stations, 



valley 



295. Fern. 



summit 



u , w c Tr 7 ~ wj-^w* ^1 ucuy on summit ot 
pass between Sung Kwei and Lang Rung valleys. Elevation 
10,000 ft. Yunnan, December 1904. on 















Numerical Catalogue 25 

296. Polypodium. Moist places on wooded hillsides at an elevation 

of 6000 to 8000 ft., around Yunnanfu and r~ u * XT "' i - rr ' ,t 
Yunnan, February 1905. 

297. Lycopodium. Moist, shady hillsides around Yunnanfu :md to 

the N.W. Elevation 7000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, February 
1905. 

298. Gleichenia. On limestone cliffs on hills west of Yunnanfu. 

Elevation 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

299. Polypodium. Pass between Sung Kwei and Lang Kung valleys. 

Rocky places. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

300. Euonymus acanthocarpa, Franch. Tree of 20 to 40 ft. Side of 

stream, Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 13,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
1904. 

301. Gentiana Serra, Franch. On grassland, head of Chien Chuan 

valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

302. Clematis ranunculoides, Franch. Plant of from 1 to 6 ft. Dry, 

grassy hillsides, south end of Lang Kung valley. Flowers 
small, rose-purple. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

303. Primula capitata, Hook. Western slopes of the Kari Pass 

leading into the Shu-pa valley, between Pung-tzu-la and 
Shi-zo. Most delicately fragrant. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 
13,000 to 14,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 



304 



Primula petiolaris, Wall., var. sulphurea, Hook. f. Growing 

amongst snow in pine forests on the ascent of the Niu Chang 

Pass, the eastern watershed of the Yangtse river. Lat. 

27° 36' N. Alt. 14,000 ft. December 1904. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

Primula sp.— P. farinosa, Linn, ex G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. 
Gard. Edin. iv. p. 223. Very moist, clayey ground at the 
south end of the Lang Kung valley. Lat. 26 12' N. Alt. 
7000 ft. December 1904. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Primula 



On moist mountain meadows 



and banks of streams on the Mekong-Salwin divide, west of 
Tsekou Mission. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
to August 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

307. Primula pseudodenticulata, Pax.— P. farinosa, Linn, ex G. 

Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. p. 223. Margins 
of streams and boggy places in thickets, north end of the 
Tsu-hsiong-fu valley. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 ft. January 
1905. S.W. Yunnan. 

308. Primula Henrici, Bur. et Franch.— P. Dubernardiana, G. Forrest. 

Dry situations on the ledges and in the clefts of cliffs on the 

eastern flank of the Mekong-Salwin divide, Mekong valley. 

Lat. 28°6'N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June to July 1904. S.E. 
Tibet. 

309. Gentiana Delavayi, Franch. Dry, stony hillsides, Chien Chuan 

valley. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 



26 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

310. Primula minutiflora, G. Forrest. Borders of cultivation in the 

Hong Ai valley. Lat. 25 30" N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. January 
1905. W. Yunnan, China. 

311. Primula androsacea, Pax. Growing profusely on bunds of 

padi fields in the Li Ho valley and others to the south. Flowers 
rose, with orange centre. Lat. 25 18' N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 
ft. January 1905. S.W. Yunnan, China. 

312. Primula obconica, Hance. Dry clefts of limestone cliffs on 

hills north of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
Yunnan, S.W. China. February 1905. 

313. Primula muscarioides, Hemsl. Moist ground, sides of streams, 

etc., on the Kari Pass, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Lat. 28 12' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

314. Thea Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Flowers 

creamy-white. Wooded gullies, south end of Tsu-hsiong-fu 

valley. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

315. Reinwardtia trigyna, Planch. Growing most abundantly in 

cane brakes, hedgerows, etc., on western shore of Yunnanfu 
lake. Elevation 6500 ft. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 

315A. Saussurea obvallata, Wall. Boggy hillsides in Wei Hsi valley* 

Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

316. Sedum Engleri, Hamet, var. Forresti, Hamet. Var. nov. On 

rocks Shu-pa valley, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Alt. 8000 ft. 



Tibet, 1904. 



317 



318. Reinwardtia trigyna, Planch. Common in Tali valley on dry 

banks. Elevation of 6700 to 8000 ft. Shrub of from 6 
inches to 3 ft. Flowers yellow. Yunnan, October 1904. 

319. Tanacetum Pallasianum, Trautv. et Mey. var. brevilobum, 

Franch. Dry, rocky hillsides, Lichiang valley. Alt. 13,000 to 
14,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

320. Poterium filiforme, Hook. f. Bog, south end of Lang Kung 

valley. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

321. Arisaema Wilsonii, Engl. Ascent of Kari Pass, Yangtse- 

Mekong divide. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

1 Cyananthus inflatus, Hook, f . et Thorns. Ascent of Niu Chang 
Pass from Ke-Lo-Wan to Chung Tien plateau. Moist, open 
situations, edges of pine woods. Elevation 11,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

323- Cyananthus Delavayi, Franch. Descent from Niu Chang Pass 

to Chung Tien plateau, also on south end of plateau. Eleva- 
tion 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Flowers deep blue. Yunnan, Septem- 
ber 1904. 




324. 



'anantnus nooicen, u. &. uarke, var. laevicaulis Franch 
Descent from Niu Chang Pass to Chung Tien plateau, open 
bare hillsides. Flowers deep blue. Elevation 13,000 to 
14,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1004. 



Numerical Catalogue 27 

325. Halenia elliptica, D. Don, var. grandiflora, Hemsl. Common 

in all valleys north of Tali at an elevation of 7000 to 12,000 
ft. Flowers blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

326. Halenia elliptica, D. Don, var. grandiflora, Hemsl. Pass be- 

tween Lang Kung and Sung Kwei valleys, open grassland. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

327. Cyananthus Delavayi, Franch. Pass between Teng Chuan and 

Sung Kwei valleys. Elevation 10,000 ft. Flowers blue. 
Open, grassy spots in pine woods. Yunnan, September 1904. 

327A. Colquhounia decora, Diels. Sp. nov. Semi-climbing shrub 

of 6 to 10 ft. Edges of cane brakes on hills west of Yunnan- 
fu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 
Flowers dull Indian red. 

328. Cymbidium virescens, Lindl. 
329- 

330. Berberis leptoclada, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft 

Flowers yellow. Dry, rocky hillsides on the descent from 

the Chung Tien plateau to the Yangtse, near Tang Tui 

Lat. 27 45' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

33i. Carex baccans, Nees. Moist, sandy gullies, in hills north of 

Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan February 
1905. 

332. Eriocaulon Henryanum, Ruhl. Moist, grassv hillsides, base 

of the Lichiang peak. Lichiang valley. Alt 9000 to 10 000 
ft. Lat. 27 io' N. N. Yunnan, September 1904. 

333- Ophiopogon dracaenoides, Hook. f. Valleys of the Mekong 

and Salwin, Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 6000 to 9000 ft. 
Dry, rocky situations. Flowers pale blue. Yunnan, August 
1904. 

334- Eriophorum comosum, Wall. On wall surrounding city of 

Talifu. Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

335- Cyperorchis elegans (Lindl.) Bl. Growing at China Inland 

Mission, Talifu. Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

336. Fimbristylis squarrosa, Vahl. Marshy ground, Chien Chuan 

valley. Alt 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

337- Pycreus sanguinolentus, Nees. Marshy ground round Talifu. 

Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, T904. 

338. Pycreus sanguinolentus, Nees. In moist situations, common 

everywhere. Yunnan, August 1904. 

339 Fimbristylis sp. Common on all marshy ground. Elevation 

5000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

340- Juncus concinnus, Don. Marshy ground, base of Lichiang 

peak, Lichiang valley. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 



28 PlAXTAE ChINENSES FORRESTrANAE 

341. Juncus sikkimensis, Hook. f. Bunds of padi fields, marshy 

ground generally, Teng Chuan and Chien Chuan' valleys. 
All. 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

342- Juncus sp. Boggy ground, west side of Lake Tali. Alt. 6500 ft 

Yunnan, 1904. 

343- Miscanthus nepalensis (Trin.), Hack. Moist, shad v situation* 

in woods at an elevation of 7000 to 9000 ft., Lichiang valley 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

344- Erianthus fulvus, Xees. From 10 to 25 ft. high. Common on 

lower part of Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

345- Panicum colonum, Linn. Valley of the Yangtse between 

Chi Tien and Shih Ku. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. Yunnan 
October 1904. ' 



346. Chloris barbata (Linn.), Sw. 

1904. 



July 



347- Eragrostis megastachya, Link. Valley of the Yangtse Chi 

lien to Shih Ku, Yunnan. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. 

348. Andropogon assimilis, Steud. Valley of the Yangtse below 

Isekou. Dry situations. Elevation nx) to 7000 ft. Yunnan, 
Uctober 1904. 

349- Eragrostis elegantula, Steud. Valley of the Yangtse Chi Tien 

to ^nin Ku, \unnan. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. September 

350. Gentiana Trailliana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Dry pastureland, 

Uiung lien plateau, opposite Niu Chang Pass and near Hsia 

uiung lien. Flowers blue. Elevation 12 to 13,000 ft. 

Yunnan, September 1904. 

351. Digitaria sanguinis (Linn.), Scop. Valley of the Yangtse Chi 

lien to Shih Ku, Yunnan. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. 
September 1904. 

352. Chloris virgata, Sw. Valley of the Yangtse Chi Tien to Shih 

xvu, runnan. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. September 1904. 

353 ' E T?. S n n f "if? T l Linn -)' Gaertn - Valley of the Yangtse Chi 

September 10 Yunnan - Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. 

3M ' Ge b n nif "h p ; ct <\ F ranch. Marshy ground, sides of streams and 

anHTK r°u Lang Kun & valle Y ^d on divide between that 

mo a Valley ' Alt from 7° 00 to 000 ° ft - Yunnan ' 



'«? Nn^ S % Stlde r ns > Pax --^- Poissonii, Franch. ex Forrest, 

vlJ, L % I 01 ' Gard - Edi »- iv - V 231. In moist 

Phnf'nf enerall >\ b °g, in the Lichiang and Hoching valleys. 

,0' N au t0 2 2 ft Flowers deep rose. Lat. 26 to 27° 

China 7 °°° t0 9 °°° ft September 1904. N.W. YunDan, 



indica 



July 












Numerical Catalogue 20 

357. Calamagrostis littorea, P. Beauv. Pine woods, Cluing Tien 

plateau. Alt. 13,000 to 14,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

358. Cynodon dactylon (Linn.), Pers. Sand foreshore, Bombay, 

India. June 1904. 

359. Setaria sp. Valley of the Yangtse Chi Tien to Shih Ku, 

Yunnan. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. September 1904. 

360. Digitaria sanguinalis (Linn.), Scop. Valley of the Yangtse Chi 

Tien to Shih Ku. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 

361. Chloris virgata, Sw. In pine woods on dry hillsides, Lichiang 

valley. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

362. Juniperus chinensis, Ham. Sides of streams, Chung Tien 

plateau. 'Alt. 13,000 ft. 20 to 30 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

363. Ilysanthes hyssopoides, Benth. Marshy ground, Mekong and 

Salwin valleys. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. On Teng Yueh- 
Talifu route. Flowers purplish-white. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

364. Vandellia Crustacea, Benth. Marshy ground, Hsia Kwan 

valley, side of Hsia Kwan river, 7 to 8 miles below Tali 
lake Elevation 6000 ft. Flowers purplish- white. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

1 

365. Rubia ustulata, Diels. Sp. nov. Dry, rocky situations and 

pine woods in all valleys north of Talifu. Alt. from 6500 to 
10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

366. Clerodendron foetidum, Bge. Common in valleys of Mekong 

between Tsekou and junction of Wei Hsi. Herbaceous 
plant of 3 ft. Flowers pink. Elevation 5000 to 6500 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

367. Leptodermis Wilsoni, Hort. Kew. ex Herb. Kew. Sp. nov. 

Valley of the Mekong between Yeh Chih and Bati. Alt. 
6000 to 7000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

368. Rubia ustulata, Diels. Sp. nov. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 



369. Quisqualis indica, Linn. Waste land outside Teng Yueh. 

Elevation 5000 ft. Yunnan, August 1904. 

370. Machilus mekongensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Shu-pa valley, scrubby 

hillsides. Alt. 11,000 ft. Yangtse-Mekong divide. Tibet, 
1904. 

371- Rubia cordifolia, Linn. Divide between the Chien Chuan 

and Teng Chuan valleys. Elevation 7000 to 9000 ft. Plant 
of 6 inches to 2 ft. Flowers white. Yunnan, October 1904. 

372. Machilus mekongensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Mekong-Salwin 

divide behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

373. Cornus chinensis, Wangerin. Mekong-Salwin divide, north- 

west of Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1904. 



qo Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



o 



374. Litsea Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Moist, 

shady hillsides. South end of Chiao Tou valle}'. Elevation 
7000 ft. Yunnan, March 1905. 

375. Litsea sericea (Wall.), Hook. L, vel. aft. Mekong-Salwin divide, 

north-west of Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1905. 

376. Litsea sericea (Wall.), Hook, f., vel. aff. Mekong-Salwin divide, 

behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

377. Calystegia hederacea, Wall. Edges of cultivated ground, 

Hong Ai valley. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. Yunnan, January 
1905. 

378. Litsea sericea (Wall.), Hook, f., vel. aff. Mekong-Salwin divide, 

north-west of Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

379. Sabia yunnanensis, Franch. Valley of the Mekong between 

Yeh Chih and Bati. Alt. 6000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

380. Dipelta yunnanensis, Franch. Mekong-Salwin divide, north- 

west of Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

381. Viburnum congestum, Rehder. Descent of Kari Pass, Yangtse- 

Mekong divide. Alt. 10,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

382. Cornus oblonga, Wall. Ascent of pass from Shih Ku on Yangtse 

to Chien Chuan valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

w heterophyllum, Franch. Ascent of the Kari 

Pass, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tibet, 
1904. 

384. Lonicera Maackii, Rupr. Mekong-Salwin divide, north-west of 

Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

385. Bauhinia densiflora, Franch. Valleys of Yangtse and Mekong. 

Common in most places. Plant of 6 to 10 ft. Alt. 5600 
to 9000 ft. Yunnan and Tibet, 1904. 

386. Viburnum cordifolium, Wall. Valleys of the Mekong between 



rum 



Bati and Tsekou. Alt. 6000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

387. Lonicera Henryi, Hemsl. Valley of the Mekong, north of Wei 

Hsi valley. Among shrubs on riverside. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. 
Yunnan, 1904. 

388. Lonicera Henryi, Hemsl. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Elevation unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

389. Cornus Monbeigii, Hemsl. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Elevation unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

390. Schoepfia jasminodora, Sieb. et Zucc. Mekong-Salwin divid- 

ing range, north-west of Tsekou. Tibet, 1904. 

39 1 - Primula pseudodenticulata, Pax.-P. farinosa, Linn, ex G. 

Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Card. Edin. iv. p. 223. Boggy 
ground at the head of the Chien Chuan valley. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 8000 ft. December 1904. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

392. Mazus Delavayi, Bonati. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers blue 

and white. On stony, waste ground around Talifu. Eleva- 
tion 6700 ft. Yunnan, March 1905. 









Numerical Catalogue 









31 



Morina 



Bulleyana, G. Forrest et Diels. Sp. now Dry, grassy 

hillsides, Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. 
Flowers more often white than purple. N.W. Yunnan', 1904. 

394- Adenophora Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Hoching and Lichiang 

valleys. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

395- Adenophora sp. Common on dry hilly pastureland at an 

elevation of from 6 to 10,000 ft. In all valleys. Flowers 
blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

39 6 - Adenophora diplodonta, Diels. Sp. nov. Mekong and Yangtse 

valleys, dry hillsdes. Elevation 5000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

* 

397. Rumex hastatus, Don. Common on rocks and dry places 

generally. Talifu and valleys north. Alt. from 6500 to 
8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

398. Parnassia Delavayi, Franch. Pine woods on flank of hills, 

south-west of Sung Kwei. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 
1904. 

399- Primula malacoides, Franch. Bunds of padi fields, and shady 

situations in the Hong-Ai and other surrounding valleys. 
Flowers rose-lavender. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. 
January 1905. S.W. Yunnan, China. 

399 A - Primula malacoides, Franch. Growing apparently wild, inside 

the city wall, Talifu. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6500 ft. January 
1905. W. Yunnan, China. 

400. Primula sikkimensis, Hook. Mekong-Salwin divide to the 

west of Tsekou mission. Lat. 28 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. S.E. Tibet, July 1904. 

401. Gentiana phyllocalyx, Clarke. Barren grassland, edge of cane 

brakes near summit of Kari Pass. Alt. 15,000 ft. Tibet, 
1904. * 

402. Gentiana phyllocalyx, Clarke. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Elevation. Tibet, 1904. 

403. Gentiana detonsa, Rottb. Dry gravel beds on side of stream 

; through Teng Chuan valley. Elevation 8000 ft. 

Plant of 6 inches to 1 foot. Flowers deep blue. Yunnan, 
October 1904. 

404- Gentiana scariosa, Balf. f. et G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Descent 

from Niu Chang Pass to Chung Tien plateau. Elevation 
13,000 to 14,000 ft. Open grassy places and pine woods. 
Flowers bright blue, closing whenever the plant is plucked. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

405- Gentiana heptaphylla, Balf. f. et G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Kari 

Pass, near summit between Pung-tzu-la and Shi-zo, Yangtse- 
Mekong divide. Dry grassland. Elevation 15,000 ft. Yun- 
nan, September 1904. 

406. Gentiana albescens, Franch. Dry, rocky ground, Chien Chuan 

valley. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 



runn 



32 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

407. Gentiana yunnanensis, Franch. On the descent to and Chung 

Tien plateau from Niu Chang Pass. Elevation 12,600 to 
14,000 ft. More often in cultivated places than others. 
Flowers white. Yunnan, September 1904. 

408. Gentiana ornata. Wall. Boggy ground summit of Niu Chang 

Pass between River Yangtse and Chung Tien plateau. Eleva- 
tion 14,000 to 15,000 ft. Flowers deep blue. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 

408A. Gentiana ornata, Wall. var. alba, Balf. f. Var. nov. 

409. Gentiana leptoclada, Balf. f. et G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Valley 

of the Yangtse above Shih Ku. Elevation 7000 to 9000 ft. 
Flowers bright blue. Yunnan, October 1904. 

410. Gentiana microdonta, Franch. Abundant on Niu Chang Pass, 

boggy ground in pine woods. Height 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 
bright blue. Elevation 12,000 to 14,000 ft. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 

411. Parnassia Delavayi, Franch. 

412. Gentiana stylophora, Clarke. Incomplete specimen. Growing 

also on summit of Niu Chang Pass between Ke-Lo-Wan on 
Yangtse and Chung Tien plateau. Elevation 15000 ft. 
Bare boggy ground in and on edges of pine woods. Stem 
leafy. Radical leaves, same as those on stem. Plant from 
2 to 4 ft., flowering July and August. Yunnan, September 
1904. Mekong-Salwin divide behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 
1904. 

413. Gentiana picta, Franch. Grassy plateau on divide between 

Chien Chuan and Teng Chuan valleys. Elevation 9000 ft. 
Yunnan, October 1904. 

414. Gentiana rhodantha, Franch. Dry banks and on edges of pine 

woods, valley of Wei Hsi. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 
1904. 

415. Cymbidium Forrestii, Rolfe. Sp. nov. In dry, rocky pine 

woods on hills west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 9000 ft. Yunnan, 
S.W. China. February 1905. 

416. Clematis montana, Ham. f. grandiflora. Flowers white. Open 

situations on scrub on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 
28 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. 
Tibet. 

417- Hypericum patulum, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Amongst scrub on the divide between the 
Lang Kung and Chien Chuan valleys. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 
8000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

418. Myrsine africana, Linn. Valley of the Mekong between Yeh 

Chih and Bati. Alt. 7000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

419. Sageretia theezans (Linn.) Brongn. Valley of the Yangtse at 

an elevation of 7000 to 8000 ft. above Shih Ku. Shrub of 6 
12 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 






Numerical Catalogue 33 

420. Sarcococca saligna, Muell. Arg., var. chinensis, Franch. Shrub 

of 3 to 8 ft. Growing on shady cliffs on hills to the west 
of Yunnanfu. Elevation 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

421. Oxalis Griffithii, Edgew. et Hook. f. Shu-pa valley on ascent 

of Kari Pass. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

422. Patrinia monandra, C. B. Clarke. Shu -pa valley, Yangtse- 

Mekong divide. Elevation 9000 ft. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

423. Thea speciosa, Pitard. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. on dry, open chalky 

hillsides from Yunnan to Tsu-hsiong-fu. Elevation 7000 to 
8000 ft. Flowers rose pink. Yunnan, January 1905. 

424. Abutilon sinense, Oliv. Shrub of 5 to 8 ft. Flowers, colour 

faded orange-red, in terminal clusters, drooping, half-hidden 
by the foliage. On clayey shaded ground, sides of streams. 
Hong Ai valley. Elevation 6700 ft. Yunnan, March 1905. 

425. Epilobium pannosum, Hausskn. Boggy ground Talifu valley. 

Alt. 6500 to 7000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

426. Lysimachia longisepaia, G. Forrest. Boggy ground, such as 

the sides of padi fields, etc., in the Sung Kwei valley. Lat. 
26 5' N. Alt. 8000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

427. Panax Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Shady thickets 

on hills, west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. 
Yunnan, February 1905. 

428. Acer Davidi, Franch. Descent of pass to the Yangtse from 

Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

429. Pieris ovalifoiia, D. Don. Dividing range Salwin and Mekong, 

Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tree 
of 6 to 20 ft. Flowers pure white. Yunnan, August 1904. 

430. Thea yunnanensis, Pitard. Damp places on hillside head of 

Lang Kung valley. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers white. 
Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

43i- Pieris villosa, Hook. f. Plant of 6 to 8 ft. Flowers white. 

Open rocky situations on the margins of pine forests on the 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. S.E. Tibet, October 1904. 

432. Hibiscus Trionum, Linn. Dry limestone hills Chien Chuan, 

Hoching, and Lichiang valleys. Elevation 8000 to 11,000 ft. 
Flowers yellowish-white, with maroon centre. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

433- Polygala arillata, Ham. Mekong-Salwin divide behind Tsekou 



Mission. Tibet, 1904 



434- 



435- Pieris villosa, Hook. f. Shrub of 8 to 10 ft. Flowers pure 

white, fragrant. In and on the margins of pine forests in 
the Lopa and Shu-pa valleys, Yangtse- Mekong divide. Lat. 
28 N. Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, September 1904. 

3 



34 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

436. Pieris ovalifolia, D. Don. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers pink. 

Thickets on hills to the west of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 5' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. S.W. Yunnan, January 1905. 

437. Enkianthus chinensis, Franch. Shrub of 12 to 20 ft. Flowers 

ruddy striped. Open situations on the margins of rhodo- 
dendron forest on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28 12' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, July 1904. 

438. Eurya japonica, Thunb. Pass between Chung Tien plateau 

and Yangtse valley. Alt. 12,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

439. Vaccinium fragile, Franch., var. crinita, Franch. Shrub of 2 

to 3 ft. Flowers pink, striped rose. Dry, open situations 
amongst scrub on the ascent of the Kari Pass from the Shu-pa 
valley. Lat. 27 50' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

440. Prunus triloba, Lindl. fl. pi. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers rose. 

Grown as an ornamental shrub by the Chinese in Talifu. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6500 ft. W. Yunnan, March 1905. 

441. Hibiscus syriacus, Linn. Mekong valley at an elevation of 

6000 to 7000 ft. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 

442. 

443- Viburnum atrocyaneum, C. B. Clarke. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. 

Dry, shrubby hillsides on descent from Sung Kwei Pass to 
Lang Kung valley. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. Growing 
on chalky clay, north of Tali. Yunnan, December 1904. 

Eurya japonica, Thunb. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Most valleys 
north of Talifu. Alt. from 6500 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

Photinia lasiogyna, Franch. Tree of 30 to 40 ft. Open places 

on the banks of the Chung Tien river, Chung Tien plateau. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

Pieris japonica, D. Don. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Thickets on lower 
edge of pine belt, Sung Kwei Pass, Sung Kwei valleys. 
Elevation 10,000 ft. Yunnan, December 1904. 



444 



445 



446 



447 



of pass between Teng Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys. Flowers 
pinkish. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. September 1904. 

N.W. Yunnan. China. 



448. Malva verticillata, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers purple, 

lavender, or white. Common on waste, dry ground between 
Yunnanfu and Talifu. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 



Anemone 



Margins of streams, sides of pad 1 

Vi valW T nf oz° to' N. Alt 



fields, etc., in the Hong Ai valley. Lat. 25° io' N. 
6000 to 7000 ft. S.W. Yunnan, March 1905. 

450. Melilotus parviflora, Desf. Borders of cultivation in the Hong 

Ai [valley. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. S.W. 
Yunnan, January 1905, 



. 









Numerical Catalogue 35 

45i- Vicia sativa, Linn. Borders of cultivation in the Hong Ai 

and other surrounding valleys. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 5000 to 
6000 ft. S.W. Yunnan, January 1905. 

452- Althaea rosea, Cav. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. District round Talifu 

Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

453- Eurya japonica, Thunb. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Flowers waxy- 

white and very fragrant. Shady thickets on hills west of 

Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 
1905. * 

454- Vaccinium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. no v. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

Shady thickets on the hills west of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 5' N.' 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. S.W. Yunnan, February 1905. 

455- Enkianthus chinensis, Franch. Shrub of 8 to 10 ft. Flowers 

pinkish-orange striped a deeper shade. Amongst mixed 
timber on the descent of the Kari Pass. Lat. 27 40' N 
Alt. 7000 ft. S.E. Tibet, September 1904. 

456. Lysimachia Candida, Lindl., sub-spec, eucandida, R. Knuth. 

Common amongst opium crop. Hong Ai valley Lat 
25 30' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. S.W. Yunnan, China. G. 
Forrest. 

r 

457- Lilium apertum, Franch, var. tibeticum, Franch. Erect plant 

of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers terminal, mostly solitary, some- 
times 2 or 3, never more. Corolla rose-pink, base of interior of 
perianth greenish-yellow, non-fragrant. Moist, grassy situa- 
tions on slopes of the Mekong-Salwin divide. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. Lat. 27 to 28 N. August 1905. 

458. Lloydia serotina, Reichb., var. unifolia, Franch. Erect plant 

of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers bright golden yellow, generally in 
pairs, never more, and seldom solitary. Moist, grassy situa- 
tions, mountain pastureland on the Mekong-Salwin divide. 
Elevation 13,000 to 14,500 ft. Lat. 27 to 28 N. July to 
August 1905. 

459- Meconopsis Henrici, Bur. et Franch. Erect plant of 6 to to 

inches. Flowers deep rich blue, pendulous, solitary. Leaves 
radical, lanceolate. Open, stony, barren limestone ridges 
of the Mekong-Salwin divide. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Lat. 
27 to 28 N. July to August 1905. 

460. Viola Patrinii, DC. Dry, barren pastureland around Yunnan- 

fu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

461. Prunus yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. Thickets 

on hills between Kwang-fu. Elevation 6000 to 8000 ft. 
Yunnan, February 1905. 

462. Primus Mume, Sieb. et Zucc. Tree of 20 to 40 ft. Edges of 

pine woods, south end of Tsu-hsiong-fu valley. Elevation 
8000 ft. Yunnan, January 1905. 

463. Prunus yunnanensis, Franch. Tree of 15 to 30 ft. Edges of 

pine woods, etc. Hills north of Hu-feng-hsien. Elevation 
7000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 



36 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

464. Prunus yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. Thickets 

on hills between Kwang-tung-hsien and Tsu-hsiong-fu. 
Elevation 6000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

465. Cremanthodium campanulatum (Franch.), Jeffrey. Comb. 

nov. Erect plant of 5 to 10 inches. Flowers solitary, 
terminal, deep purplish-red. Dry, barren limestone ridges 
on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Lat. 
27 to 28 N. July to August 1905. 

466. Strobilanthes sp. Erect branching plant of 18 to 24 inches. 

Flowers, various shades of blue. Moist, shady situations 
in rhododendron forest, side valley of the Mekong, south 
of Chamey (valley where disaster took place). Alt. 7000 to 
8000 ft. Lat. about 27 30' N. July 1905. 

467. Saxifraga atrata, Engl. Erect plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

yellowish- white. Dry, open, stony limestone ridges on the 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 ft. Lat. 27 to 



28 N. S.E. Tibet, July to August 1905. 

Meconops 



Flowers 






shade, anthers bright canary yellow. The flowers form a 
dense spike so closely arranged on the stem that when in 
full bloom none of that is visible. Length of stem fully 2 ft., 
number of flowers 10 to 15. A most magnificent plant, but 
local, only saw one patch of it 2 or 3 acres in extent, on a 
dry, barren rock-strewn limestone ridge. Leaves radical 
form 3 to 6 inches in length of a glaucous green colour, same 
as Glaticiitm luteum of Europe. Whole plant covered with 
reddish-brown spinous hairs. Mekong-Salwin divide. Alt. 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. Lat. 27 to 28 N. August 1905. 

469. Meconopsis lancifolia, Franch. Erect plant of 12 to 18 inches, 

Flowers deep maroon, drooping on long stalks in a loose 
spike.. Leaves mostly radical spatulate. Dry, barren 
limestone ridges very exposed situations, generally on edge of 
snow. Mekong-Salwin divide. Elevation 14,000 to 15,000 ft. 
Lat. 27 ° to 27 30' N. July and August 1905. 

[Same plant I saw in a damp, heavily wooded valley amongst 
dense herbage. Alt. 9000 ft. Flowers very pale purple, 
almost bluey-white or slatey-white. May be variety of 
above or another species.] 

470. Gentiana Duclouxii, Franch. Generally prostrate. In shady 

thickets on hills north-west of Yunnanfu Lake. Elevation 









7000 ft. s.w 

Clemat 



Plant of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 



creamy-yellow and faintly fragrant. Shady thickets on the 
hills to the west of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. S.E. Yunnan, February 1905. 



472. 



473- Parnassia mysorensis, Heyne. Erect plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white. Moist, sandy situations in bed and banks 
of stream in valley south of Chamey (valley where disaster 

took place). Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Lat. about 27° to 3<>- 
July 1905. 



Numerical Catalogue 37 

474. Orthosiphon sp. Erect branching plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

bluish-purple. Shady, moist woods on banks of the Mekong 
near Awa. Alt. 6000 ft. Lat. 26 to 27 N. August 1905. 
(Radical leaves none at time of flowgring.) 

475. Rhododendron campylogynum, Franch. Erect plant of 3 to 4 

inches. Flowers solitar)^, corolla thick, fleshy, and almost 
black with a bluish bloom, similar to that on a plum, on it. 
Growing as an under plant amongst dwarf species of rhodo- 
dendron and underscrub, on moist, rocky, mossy slopes on 
the Mekong-Sal win divide. Lat 27 to 28° N. Alt. 15,000 to 
16,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, July to August 1905. 

476. Primula brevifolia, G. Forrest. Erect plant of 3 to 7 inches. 

Flowers semi-pendulous, deep blue, faintly fragrant. On 
open, damp mountain pastureland on the Mekong-Salwin 
divide. Lat. 27 to 28 N. Alt. 14,500 to 16,000 ft. July 
to August 1905. S.E. Tibet. 

477. Androsace (Chamaejasme) Chamaejasme, Host. Plant of 1 to 

2 inches. Flowers bright rose-red. Forming dense masses 
in stony, sandy, moist situations on the slopes of the Mekong- 
Salwin divide. Lat. 27 to 28 N. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 ft. 
July to August 1905. S.E. Tibet. 

478. Primula dryadifolia, Franch. — P. congcstifolia, G. Forrest. 

Plant of 1 to 2 1 inches. Flowers bright rose-red, non- 
fragrant. On open, wind-swept limestone ridges on the 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 27 to 28 N. Alt. 13,000 to 
15,000 ft. July to August 1905. S.E. Tibet. 

479. Primula sp. Erect plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers pale 

creamy-yellow, pendulous, fragrant corolla, thick, fleshy 
calyx, pedicels and stem covered with a whitish-yellow meal, 
leaves not so. Moist, open, grassy situations in scrub on 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat." 27 28" N. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 
ft. July to August 1905. 

480. Primula bella, Franch. Erect plant of 1 to 1 J inches. Flowers 

rose-lavender, faintly fragrant. Damp, sandy mountain 
pastureland on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 27 28' N. 
Alt. 14,000 to 15,000 ft. July to August, 1905. 

481. Silene tenuis, Willd. Moist rocky situations Chung Tien plateau 

near Hsia Chung Tien. Flowers pale rose. Elevation 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

482. Michelia yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Dry clayey 

hillsides. Hills on north-west side of Yunnanfu lake. Eleva- 
tion 7000 ft. Flowers white, or cream colour, slightly fragrant. 
Yunnan, February 1905. 

483. Impatiens polyceras, Hook. f. Sp. now Sides of streams 

descent of pass between Sung Kwei and Lang Kung valleys. 
Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

484. Arenaria serpyllifolia, Linn. Borders of cultivated ground 

around Yunnanfu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, February 
1905. 



3 8 Plantae Chinenses Forkestianae 

485- Acer laetum, C. A. Mey., var. cultratum (Wall.), Pax. Mekong- 

Salwin dividing range, north-west of Tsekou. Tibet, 1904. 

486. Corydalis stenantha, Franch. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

487. Photinia Franchetiana, Diels. Sp.nov. Valley of the Yanetse 

below Chi Tien. Elevation 7000 ft. Tree of i« to ™ ft' 
Yunnan, October 1904. 

488. Pyrola atropurpurea, Franch. Plant of 5 to 6 inches. Flowers 

deep purplish-green. Shady situations amongst cane on 
the margins of pine forests on the Mekong-Salwin divide. 

Lat. 2 » 12 N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, October 
1904. 

489. Cassiope fastigiata, D. Don. Moist, stony pastureland on 

the summit of the Kari Pass, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Lat. 
28 12 N. Alt. 14,000 to 16,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, September 

[Agrees fairly well with Wallich No. 764A in general habit 
and flower, but the leaves are much longer (up to 6 mm.) 
and more densely imbricate. The leafy branches are 
5 to a mm. broad, not 2-5 to 3 mm. as in Wallich's plant. 
1 tie corolla of the advanced flowers is brown in the dried 
state and thickish, almost coriaceous, about 7 mm. long 
and 6 mm. broad.— L. Diels.] 

490. Fntjllaria cirrhosa, D. Don. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. Open 

situations on the margins of pine forests on the Mekong- 

™ ™ * Vld |v Me £?e vaI] ey. Lat. 28° 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, October 1904. 

491 ' S1 Drv ^^yPhyHa, Fra nch . Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers pink. 

^o' N AH° nS ° n ? e flanks ° f the Sun S Kwei ^lley. Lat. 26 






492 ' H W?n Ca i liS 5 Ulv ^ Linn 4' var ' angustifolia, Baker. Mekong- 

??!?" ? mde ', Ten & Yueh-Talifu route. Pine woods at 



493 



an elevation of n,ooo to 12,000 ft. Yunnan, August 1904 



tibeticum, Franch. Plant of 



Li J J- *J? wers P ale whitish-rose, marked purplish-rose 
d?vi£ . ?oV « P o 6n ^ ist situa tions on the Mekong-Salwin 
fepttibe^^oT " * ^ *«» t0 IO '5oo ft. S.I. Tibet, 

494- Lilium sutchuenense, Franch. Open grassland on the shores 

Yunnt, L S a e P ^b P e a ; ** * 7 ° ™' N ' ^ *"» * N ^ 

495 ' ^urnhsh fZ l ! ei > f anch - Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers 

on tb mT "q mgrant Grass y Openings in pine forests 

tonoo^W?^ Lat 28 ° I2 N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, October 1904. 

496 ' ^ m fi^wf?? J F T ch ' Dr y> °P en P la <*s in pine woods 

N n W.Tu2; ^ TlGn Plateau ' A ^ P xx,ooo to P x2,ooo ft. 












Numerical Catalogue 39 

497. Fritillaria Souliei, Franch. Mekong-Sal win dividing range, 

south-west of Tsekou. Tibet, 1904. 

498. Pyrola atropurpurea, Franch. Plant of 5 to 6 inches. Flowers 

deep purple-green. Moist, open, shady situations in pine 
f forests on the Chung Tien plateau. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 12,000 

to 14,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, September 1904. 

499- Kummerowia striata (Thunb.), Schindler. Wei Hsi valley at 

an elevation of 10,000 ft. Damp situations, edges of padi 
fields, etc. Mekong- Yangtse divide. Yunnan, October 1904. 






500. 



501. Rhododendron lacteum, Franch., var. macrophyllum, Franch. 

Above the pine belt on the Sung Kwei-Lang Kung divide. 
Lat. 26 15" N. Alt. 13,000 to 14,000 ft. December 1904. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

502. Rhododendron Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 15 to 20 ft. Flowers 

deep crimson. Wooded gullies on the hills north of Li Ho. 
Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. February 1905. 
S.W. Yunnan. 

503. Rhododendron sanguineum, Franch. Open rocky situations 

on the Mekong-Salwin divide to the north-west of Tsekou. 
Lat. 28 i2 r N. Alt. 12,000 ft. July 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

504. Rhododendron campylogynum, Franch. Amongst scrub in 

moist situations on the Mekong-Salwin divide, north-west 
of Tsekou. Lat. 28 15' N. Alt. 13,000 ft. July 1904. 
S.E. Tibet. 

505. Rhododendron fioccigerum, Franch. Open moist situations 

on the Chung Tien plateau, south of Hsia Chung Tien. Lat. 
27 36' N. Alt. 13,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

506. Rhododendron Bureaui, Franch. On the eastern slope of the 

Sung Kwei — Lang Kung divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. December 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

507. Rhododendron siderophyllum, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. 

Dry, wooded hills north of the Tsu-hsiong-fu valley. Lat. 25 
6' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. February 1905. S.W. Yunnan. 

508. Rhododendron bullatum, Franch. Moist, shady rocky situa- 

tions on the Chung Tien plateau around Hsia Chung Tien. 
Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1904. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

509- Rhododendron spinuliferum, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. 

Flowers crimson red. Shady thickets on the hills north-west 
of Yunnanfu, and in like situations for 100 miles north-west 
of that city. Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. February 



1905. S.W. Yunnan 



racemosum 



pink. Dry, limestone 



Mekong- 



Yangtse divide. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 14,000 ft. 
October 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 



40 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

511. Rhododendron saluenense, Franch. Open grassy situations 

on the Mekong-Sal win divide, north-west of Tsekou. Lat. 
28 12' N. Alt. 10 to 11,000 ft. August 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

512. Rhododendron spiciferum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

rose pink. Dry situations amongst scrub on the hills to 
the north-west of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 6' N. Alt. 8000 ft. 
February 1905. S.W. Yunnan. 

513- Rhododendron chasmanthum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shady, rocky 

situations on the Mekong-Salwin divide to the north-west of 
Tsekou. Lat. 28 to' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 
1904. S.E. Tibet. 

514- Cimicifuga foetida, Linn. Open situations in pine forests on 

the pass between Chung Tien and Tang Tui. Plant of 4 to 6 ft. 
Flowers yellow. Lat. 27 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

5 1 5- Fritillaria cirrhosa, Don. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. Open, 

grassy situations in pine forests on the Mekong-Salwin divide, 
around Wei-Hsi-Ting. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
October 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

516. Pouzolzia hirta (Bl.) Hassk. Banks of River Mekong, south- 
west of Hsia-Wei-Hsi. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

517- Corispermum sp. Valley of the Yangtse below Pung-tzu-la. 

Elevation 9000 ft. Dry limestone country. Plant 1 to 2 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

518. Acroglochin chenopodioides, Schrad. Common in dry places 

all over the Yangtse and Mekong basins, Yunnan. Eleva- 
tion from 6000 to 12,000 ft. Height of plant from 1 to 4 ft. 
September 1904. 

519- Elaeagnus lanceolata, Warburg. Valley of the Yangtse between 

Tzu Ko and Chin Ho. Elevation from 6000 to 7000 ft. Shrub 
of 10 to 15 ft. Flowers highly perfumed. Yunnan, October 



/ 



1904. 

520. Laportea Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Valleys of Mekong and 

Yangtse common in places. Elevation from 5000 to 7000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

521. Rhus semialata, Murr., var. Roxburghii, DC. Valley of the 

Mekong between Yeh Chih and Bati. Alt. 7000 ft. Tibet, 
1904. 

522. Osyris Wightiana, Wall. Dry, open situations in thickets 

m most valleys between Talifu and Yunnanfu. Elevation 
6000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, January 1905. 

523- Elsholtzia flava, Benth. Common in most valleys at an eleva- 
tion of 5000 to 8000 ft. Specimen from valley of Yangtse 
above Na Le. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers dirty orange. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

524. Loranthus vestitus, Wall. Plant parasitical on a species of 

large evergreen oak on banks of Yangtse between Chu Tien 




and Shih Ku. Alt 






Yunnan, 1904 



Numerical Catalogue 41 



525. 

526. Loranthus Scurrula, Linn. ? 

527. Genus ? Incomplete. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Shady woods on 

bank of stream between Kwang-tung-hsien and Tsu-hsiong- 
fu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

528. Quercus spicata, Sm., var. yunnanensis, Schottky. Shrub of 

20 to 25 ft. Dry hillsides, Lichiang valley. Alt. 9000 to 



10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

Jix Wallichiana, Anders. Chung Tien plat< 
Sides of streams, etc. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 



Alt. 12,000 ft. 



530. Populus Przewalskii, Maxim. Descent of the Kari Pass to the 

Mekong. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

53 1 - Sarcococca Hookeriana, Baill. Descent of the Kari Pass to 

the Mekong. Alt. 10,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

532. Castanopsis sclerophylla (Lindl.), Schottky. Sides of Chi Tien 

river, west of Chi Tien. Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tree 
of 12 to 20 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 

533. Carpinus sp. Valley of the Mekong near Tsekou. Alt. 7000 

to 8000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

534. Alnus nepalensis, Don. Descent from pass between Wei Hsi 

and Chi Tien on Yangtse sides of the Chi Tien river. Tree of 
20 to 40 ft. Elevation 8000 tt. Yunnan, October 1904. 

535- Pleurospermum Franchetianum, Hemsl. Scrubby grassland, 

foot of limestone cliffs near summit of Niu Chang Pass. Alt. 
13,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

536. Ligusticum tenuifolium (Wall.), Franch. Descent of Kari Pass 

to Mekong, Mekong- Yangtse divide. Open, grassy places. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

537. Carum coriaceum, Franch. Dry pine woods, Lichiang valley. 

Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

538. Carum yunnanense, Franch. Dry, open situations in pine 

woods, flank of Lichiang peak, Lichiang valley. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

539. Seseli yunnanense, Franch. Dry pine woods, Lichiang valley. 

Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

540. Loranthus Delavayi, van Tiegh. Parasitical on species of 

dwarf oak. Moist, shrubby hillsides, south side of Chao Chio 



valley. Elevation 7000 ft. Yunnan, March 1905. 



54*- 



542. Viscum articulatum, Burm. Sung Kwei valley. Alt. 7000 ft. 

No. II. Yunnan, 1904. 

543. Loranthus Balfourianus, Diels. Sp.nov. Banks of the Mekong 

between Bati and Tsekou. Alt. 6000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

544. Myrsine semiserrata, Wall. Banks of the Mekong near Bati. 

Alt. 6000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 



42 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



Pimpinella 



Common at an elevation 



of 5000 to 9000 ft. in all situations. Yunnan, September 1904. 

546. Bupleurum longicaule, Wall., var. Francheti, de Boissieu. 

Common on hillsides Hoching and Lichiang valleys. Eleva- 
tion of 7000 to 9000 ft. Flowers yellow. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

547. Carum yunnanense, Franch. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

548. Pleurospermum Govanianum, Benth. Chung Tien plateau, 

south of Hsia Chung Tien, Yunnan. Elevation 12,000 ft. 
September 1904. 

549. Eclipta alba, Hassk. Valley of Salwin and Mekong, Teng Yuch- 

Talifu route. Elevation 4000 to 6000 ft. Flowers white. 
Yunnan, August 1904. 

550. Taonabo japonica (Thunb.), Szyszyl. ? Incomplete. Shrub of 

3 to 6 ft. On dry, shrubby hills west of Yunnanfu. Eleva- 
tion 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

551. Stachyurus himalaicus, Hook. f. et Thorns. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Open situations on the Mekong- 
Saiwin dividing range. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

552. Ribes glaciate, Wall. Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 13,000 ft. 

N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

553. Chrysosplenium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Growing in moist 

places on roots of trees, wet rocks, and shady situations at 
an alt. of 9000 to 12,000 ft. Niu Chang Pass. Yunnan, 1904. 

554. Neillia sinensis, Oliv. Woods, sides of streams, Lopa and 

Shu-pa valleys, Yangtse- Mekong divide. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. Tibet, 1904. 

555. Philadelphia Delavayi, Henry. Mekong-Salwin divide north- 

west of Tsekou. Alt. unknown. Tibet, 1904. 

556. Chionanthus retusus, Lindl. Kari Pass and valley of Mekong 

about Yeh Chih. Alt. from 7000 to 9000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

557- Deutzialongifolia, Franch., var. grandiflora, Franch. Mekong- 

Salwm divide, and Mekong valley. Alt. 7000 ft. Tibet, 
1904. Bati and Tsekou. 

558. Deutzia discolor, Hemsl. Mekong valley. Alt. 6000 ft From 

Yeh Chih to Bati, Tibet, 1904. 

559- Ribes acuminatum, Wall. Descent of Kari Pass towards the 

Mekong. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

560. Lythrum Salicaria, Linn. Boggy situations in the Chien Chuan 

valley Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers magenta rose. Lat. 
26 40' N. Alt. 7500 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1904. 

561. Trapa natans, Linn. Ponds and ditches in the Chien Chuan 

valley. Lat. 26 30' to 27 N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, October 1904. 



Numerical Catalogue 43 

562. Circaea alpina, linn. Moist, rocky gullies in the Hoching-cho 

and Lichiang valleys. Flowers pinkish -white. Lat. 27 N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

563. Hedyotis stipulata, R. Br. Hill pastureland, valleys of Mekong 

and Salwin, Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 5000 to 8000 
ft. Flowers white. Yunnan, August 1904. 

564. Siphonostegia chinensis, Benth. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

565. Scoparia dulcis, Linn. Waste ground round Rangoon. Burmah, 

July 1904. 

566. Rotala rotundifolia (Ham.), Koehne. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers pale rose-magenta. Ditches and boggy situations 
at the south end of the Lang Kung valley. Lat. 26 20' N. 
Alt. 8000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan 

567. Didissandra lanuginosa, Clarke, var. lancifolia, Franch. 

Growing on rocks in moist situations in valleys north of 
Talifu. Alt. from 7000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

568. Didissandra lanuginosa, Clarke, var. lancifolia, Franch. 

Mekong-Salwin divide behind Tsekou Mission. Elevation 
7000 to 10,000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

569. Mandragora caulescens, C. B. Clarke. Mekong-Salwin divide 

behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. [Known from Alpine 
Sikkim.] 

570. Ribes himalense, Decne. Mekong valley, south of Yeh Chih. 

Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

571. Lysimachia bracteata, G. Forrest. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Shady 

thickets on hills to the west of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. February 1905. S.E. Yunnan, China. 

572. Periploca Forrestii, Schltr. Sp. nov. Semi-climbing shrub of 

3 to 6 ft. Thickets on hills west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 
8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 



573- Myr 



Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. Shady woods 



on banks of stream between Kwang-tung-hsien and Tsu- 
hsiong-fu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 

1905. 

574. Apocynad? Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers pure white and 

deliciously fragrant on dry chalky hills between Kwang- 
tung-hsien and Sha-chiao. Elevation 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 

575- Jasminum primulinum, Hemsl. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Hedge- 
rows and thickets Li Ho valley. Also around Talifu, but 
generally cultivated. Elevation 6500 to 8000 ft. Yunnan 
February 1905. 

576. Osmanthus fragrans, Lour. Tree grown in the courts of all 

temples. Flowers used as offerings. Delicious perfume. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 



44 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

577- Jasminum officinale, Linn. Lichiang and La Hsi Pa valleys, 

scrubby hillsides. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

578. Clerodendron fragrans, Vent. Shrub from 6 to 15 ft. high, 

flowers old. Valleys of Mekong and Sal win, Teng Yueh- 
Talifu route. Elevation 6000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, September 

1904. 

579. Vitex trifoliata, Linn. Nantim valley, Bhamo — Teng Yueh 

route. Elevation 3000 to 4000 ft. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

lavender, these and leaves perfumed. Yunnan, July 1904. 

580. Leptodermis Wilsoni, Hort, Kew. Sp. nov. Mekong-Salwin 

divide behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

581. Leptodermis pilosa (Franch.), Diels. Base of hills Hoching 

and Lichiang valleys and other places. Elevation of 7000 to 
10,000 ft. Shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Flowers lilac, sometimes 
white. Yunnan, September 1904. 

582. Labiate sp. Valley of the Yangtse below Pung-tzu-la. Dry 

limestone district. Elevation 9000 ft. Bushy shrub 1 to 2 ft, 
high. Flowers lavender. Yunnan, September 1904. 

583. Elsholtzia pilosa, Benth. Dry, stony ground, Mekong and 

side valleys. Elevation 6000 to 9000 ft. Flowers lavender. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

584. Calamintha umbrosa, Benth. Common in valleys of Mekong- 

Yangtse divide. Specimen from Shu-pa valley. Elevation 
10,000 ft. Flowers pink. Yunnan, September 1904. 

585. Elsholtzia kachinensis, Prain. Common in ditches and wet 

places, Talifu and Teng Chuan valleys. Alt. 6500 to 8000 ft. 
Yunnan, 1904. 

586. Elsholtzia Bodinieri, Vaniot. Dry, rocky grassland mountains 

west of Talifu. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

587. Plectranthus moslifolius, Leveille. Valley of the Yangtse 

between Chi Tien and Chin Ho. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. 
Plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers lavender. Yunnan, October 
1904. 

588. Labiate sp. Edges of streams, etc. Wei Hsi valley, Yangtse- 

Mekong divide at an elevation of 9000 to 10,000 ft. Flowers 



yellow. Yunnan, October 1904. 



amm 



behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 



Mekong-Salwin divide 



590. Orobanche ammophila, C. A. Meyer. Growing on the roots 

of pines in damp pine woods on Niu Chang and other high 



passes. Alt 



Yunnan and Tibet, 1904 



591- Anisadenia pubescens, Griff. Valley of the Mekong and Salwin. 

on the route from Teng Yueh to Talifu. Elevation 4000 to 
6000 ft. Flowers pinkish-white. Yunnan, August 1904. 

592. Alstonia yunnanensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

In woods on hills west of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7060 to 8000 
ft. Flowers pale pink. Yunnan, February 1905. 



Numerical Catalogue 45 

593. Buddleia agathosma, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 5 to 9 ft. 

Growing on exposed cliffs to the west of Yunnanfu. Flowers 
purplish-lavender, very fragrant. Elevation 8000 ft. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 

594. Marrubium incisum, Benth. Waste ground on borders of 

cultivation around Yunnanfu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 

595. Plectranthus leucanthus, Diels. Sp. nov. Hills of the Yangtse- 

Mekong divide at an elevation of from 6000 to 10,000 ft. Moist 
woods generally. Flowers white, lower lobe of corolla spotted 
pink. Yunnan, September 1904. 

596. Ajuga macrosperma, Wall. Common in valleys north of Tali, 

moist ground base of hills, bunds of padi fields, etc. Elevation 
6000 to 8000 ft. Flowers purple. Yunnan, September 1904. 

597. Plectranthus sculponeatus, Vaniot. Common in most valleys 

north of Talifu at an elevation of from 8000 to 11,000 ft. Plant 
of 4 to 7 ft. Flowers yellow, with a blue or purple blotch 
on lower lobe of corolla. Yunnan, September 1904. 

598. Nepeta Stewartiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Valley of the Sung 

Kwei. Elevation 8000 to 10,000 ft. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. 
Flowers deep purplish-blue. Radical leaves, none at time of 
flowering. Yunnan, September 1904. 

599. Prunus Maximowiczii, Rupr., var. adenophora, Franch. Me- 

kong valley, Yeh Chih to Bati. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. Tibet, 
1904. 

600. Chelonopsis odontochila, Diels. Sp. nov. Valley of the Yangtse 

between Tsekou and Chiu Ho. Elevation 6000 to 7500 ft. 
Shrubby plant from 6 to 10 ft. Flowers yellow. Yunnan, 
October 1904. 

601. Ceratostigma Griffithii, Clarke. Common in dry situations 

in Tali valley. Elevation 6700 to 8000 ft. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 
Flowers bright blue. Yunnan, October 1904. 

602. Salvia flava, G. Forrest, var. megalantha, Diels. Var. nov. 

Pass between Teng Chuan and Sung Kwei valleys at an 
elevation of 8000 to 10,000 ft. Moist places on edge of woods. 
Plants of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers deep yellow, with purple blotch 
on lower lobe of corolla. Yunnan, September 1904. 

603. Veronica polita, Fries. Waste ground on borders of cultiva- 

tion around Yunnanfu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, Febru- 
ary 1905. 

604. Dracocephalum tanguticum, Maxim. Banks of streams Chung 

Tien plateau. Elevation 12,000 ft. Flowers purplish-blue. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

605. Dracocephalum tanguticum, Maxim. Chung Tien plateau be- 

tween descent of Xiu Chang Pass and Hsia Chung Tien. 
Dry grassy banks. Elevation 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Flowers 
deep blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 



46 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

606. Melampyrum chinensis, Dahl. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

607. Scutellaria amoena, Wright. Edges of pine woods Chung Tien 

plateau. Alt. 13,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

608. Trigonotis sp. Dry, rocky hill pastureland around Yunnanfu. 

Elevation 7000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

609. Cynoglossum amabile, Stapf et Drumm. Common on all dry 

hillsides. Elevation of 7000 to 10,000 ft. Flowers blue, 
height of plant 1 to 3 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

610. Ipomoea sp. Sandy foreshore outside Bombay, India. June 

1904. 

611. Cuscuta chinensis, Lam. Abundant in the valley of the Yangtse 

between A Hsi and Pung-tzu-la. Also Chien Chuan valley. 
Elevation 6700 ft. Yunnan. 

612. Catalpa Duclouxii, Dode. Village of Shi-zo, Shu-pa valley. 

Alt. 8000 ft. Yangtse-Mekong divide. Tibet, 1904. 

613. Dicliptera riparia, Nees. Moist shady places, valley of Hsia 

Kwan on Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 6000 ft. 
Flowers lilac. Yunnan, August 1904. 

614. Loranthus sp. Incomplete. Parasitical on species of oak, 

Yangtse valley between Chu Tien and Shih Ku. Alt. 6000 
to 7000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

615. Buddleia asiatica, Lour. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. In clefts of lime- 

stone cliffs on western side of Yunnanfu lake. Elevation 
6500 ft. Flowers pure white, fragrant with a perfume like 
lemons. Yunnan, February 1905. 

616. Strobilanthes yunnanensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Moist shady 

woods on pass between Chin Ho on the Yangtse and Chien 
Chuan valley. Elevation 8000 ft. Yunnan, October 1904. 

617. Cuscuta reflexa, Roxb. t brachystigma, Engelm. Common 

on hedges and shrubs round Talifu. Alt. 6500 ft. Flowers 
with peculiar almond perfume when fresh. Yunnan, 1904. 

618. Convolvulus parviflorus, Vahl. Valley of the Yangtse between 

Chu Tien and Shi Ku. Alt. 6000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

619. Brandisia Hancei, Hook. f. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Edges of pine 

woods, Lichiang valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

620. Colquhounia vestita, Well., var. mollis, Prain. Shrub of 1 to 

3 ft. Common round Talifu. Alt. 6500 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

621. Phlomis bracteosa, Royle. Valleys of the Mekong-Salwin, 

Teng Yueh and Talifu route. Elevation 6000 to 8000 ft. 
Plant of from 1 to 3 ft. Flowers white. Yunnan, September 
1904. 

622. Elsholtzia cristata, Benth. Valleys of the Mekong and Yangtse, 

abundant in dry situations. Elevation from 5000 to 11,000 
ft. Flowers lavender. Yunnan, September 1904. 



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Numerical Catalogue 47 

623. Calorhabdos axillaris (Sieb. et Zucc), Benth. et Hook. f. Valley 

of the Mekong on the Teng Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 
5000 ft. Procumbent plant. Flowers deep rich blue. 
Yunnan, August 1904. 

624. Plectranthus phyllostachys, Diels. Sp. nov. Dry, rocky 

situations, Hoching and Lichiang valley. Elevation 8000 to 
10,000 ft. Shrub of 3 to 9 ft. Flowers dirty yellow. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

625. Elsholtzia luteola, Diels. Sp. nov. Moist ground, sides of 

streams, etc., Chung Tien plateau. Flowers pale yellow. 
Elevation 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

626. Diplarche multiflora, Hook, f . et Thorns. Shrub of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pale rose. Open, rocky situations on the Mekong- 
Salwin divide, north-west of Tsekou. Lat. 28° 12' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July to August 1904. E. Tibet. 

627. Colquhounia vestita, Wall., var. mollis, Prain. Base of hills 

west of Talifu. Elevation 6000 to 7000 ft. Shrub of 3 to 6 
ft. Flowers rose colour. Yunnan, September 1904. 

628. Elsholtzia communis (Coll. et Hemsl.), Diels. 

Dysophylla communis, Collett et Hemsl. in Journ. Linn. Soc. 
xxviii. (1890), p. 114. Elsholtzia alopecuroides, Lev. et 
Vaniot in Fedde Repert. viii. 1910, p. 424. Common in all 
valleys in dry, stony situations at an elevation of 6000 to 11,000 
ft. Flowers lavender. Height of plant 1 to 3 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

629. Elsholtzia polystachya, Benth. Valleys of Yangtse and Mekong 

common. Shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Flowers white. Elevation 
from 5600 to 11,000 ft. Specimen from Yangtse,' near 
Chu Tien. Yunnan, September 1904. 

630. Plectranthus Labordei (Vaniot), Diels. Nom. now. —Elsholtzia 

Labor dei, Vaniot in Bull. Acad. Geogr. Bol. xiv. (1904), p. 177. 
Valley of the Yangtse below Chu Tien. Elevation 7000 to 8000 
ft. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Flowers lavender. Yunnan, October 1904. 
[This species is related to P. rugosus, Wall., but the in- 
florescence is narrower, the leaves nearly cuneate towards 
the base, the lip of the corolla much shorter. Another related 
form is P. mosl if alius, Lev., distinguished at once by the 
softer nearly glabrous leaves.] 

631. Senecio Oldhamianus, Maxim. Moist places, Shu-pa valley. 

Alt. 9000 ft. Tibet, 1904. 

632. Senecio luticolus, Dunn. Dry, barren hillsides, south end 

Lang Kung valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

633. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Dry, grassy hillsides, Lichiang valley. 

Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

634. Gerbera Delavayi, Franch. Dry, grassy pine woods, Lichiang 

valley. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

635. Hypochaeris radicata, Linn. Dry padi fields and waste ground, 

head of Chien Chuan valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 



4^ Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

636. Hypochaeris radicata, Linn. Dry, grassy hillsides, head of Lang 

Kung valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

637. Artemisia codonocephala, Diels. Sp. nov. Dry, barren grass- 

land, head of Chien Chuan valley. Alt. 8000 ft. Yunnan 
1904. 

638. Cremanthodium Forrestii, Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Mekong-Salwin 

divide, north-west of Tsekou. Tibet, 1904. 

639. Senecio scandens, Ham. From 6 to 12 ft. Clambering over 

scrub. Common in Tali and many valleys north. Alt. from 
6500 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

640. Senecio acerifolius, C. Winkl. Marshy ground, borders of lake 

north of Chung Tien. Alt. 13,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

641. Dichrocephala latifolia, DC. Talifu and Chien Chuan valleys. 

Alt. 6500 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

642. Anaphalis bicolor, Franch. Dry, grassy hillsides, head of Lang 

Kung valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

643. Ainsliaea yunnanensis, Franch. Dry ground on hillsides, in 

pine woods, Lang Kung and other valleys. Alt. from 7000 
to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

644. Leontopodium subulatum, Franch. Drv, grassy hillsides head 

of Lang Kung valley. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

645. Lactuca macrorrhiza, Hook. f. Growing on shady rocks on 

mountains west of Talifu. Alt. 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

646. Crepis japonica, Benth. Teng Chuan valley, shady woods, 

etc. Alt. 7000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

647. Senecio camptodontus, Franch. Sides of streams and ditches, 

lali and Teng Chuan valleys. Alt. 6500 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 
1904. 

648. Myriactis Wallichii, Less., var. Moist places, Chien Chuan 

valley. Alt. 7000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

649. Erigeron canadensis, Linn. Dry places Lang Kung valley. 

Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

650. Tanacetum tenuifolium, J. Gay. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

blowers yellow, aromatic. Summit of pass between Shu-pa 
and the Mekong valley, Yangtse-Mekong divide. Lat. 
27 50 M. Alt. 15,000 to 16,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. 

651. Carpesium cernuum, Linn. Very boggy, watery ground, such 

as old padi fields, Teng Chuan and Lang Kung valleys. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

652. Aster altaicus, Willd. ? Common on dry, open woods, valleys 

of the Mekong- Yangtse divide. Elevation of 8000 to 10,000 
ft. Flowers bright lavender. Yunnan, September 1904. 

653- Erigeron acris, Linn. Rocky grassland, western slope of 

Kan Pass, Mekong- Yangtse divide, between Pung-tzu-la and 
bhi-zo. Flowers deep purple. Yunnan, September 1904. 



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Numerical Catalogue 49 

654. Eupatorium Wallichii, DC, var. heterophyllum. Common in 

valleys of Mekong- Yangtse divide. Specimen from near 
Yeh Chih on Mekong, generally in moist places. Height of 
plant 3 to 5 ft., colour pinkish. Elevation 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

655. Artemisia stricta, Edgew. Mekong and side valleys. Specimen 

from near Yeh Chih, Mekong. Elevation 8000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

656. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Pastureland on Tsan-Shan mountain. 

Elevation 9000 to 10,000 ft. Flower lavender. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 

657. Anaphalis contorta, Hook. f. Mountain pastureland in most 

valleys north of Talifu. Elevation 7000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

658. Inula pterocaulon, Franch. Valley of Sung Kwei, sides of 

streams. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers yellow. Radical 
leaves, none at time of flowering. Elevation 8000 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

659. Anaphalis cuneifolia, Hook. f. In pine woods at an elevation 

of 9000 to 10,000 ft., between the Teng Chuan valley and Sung 
Kwei. Yunnan, September 1904. 

660. Cremanthodium Forrestii, Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Plant of 8 to 10 

inches. Flowers yellow. Mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Mekong-Salwin divide, west of Tsekou. Lat. 
28 N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, September 1904. 

661. Aster Bulleyanus, Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Moist, shady places 

on western slopes of Kari Pass on descent to Shu-pa valley 
from Pung-tzu-la to Shi-zo. Elevation 13,000 ft. Flowers 
deep blue. Yunnan, September 1904. 

662. Doronicum altaicum, Pall. Moist situations on divide between 

Chien Chuan and La Hsi Pa valleys. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
Yunnan, 1904. 

663. Anaphalis margaritacea, Benth. and Hook. f. Open, grassy 

places in pine woods, south end of Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

664. Anaphalis pterocaulon, Maxim. Open grassland, south end of 

Chung Tien plateau. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

665. Lactuca napifera, Franch. Scrubby hillsides at the edges of 

pine woods at 9000 ft. in Sung Kwei valley. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember 1904. 

666. Doronicum altaicum, Pall. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

667. Gerbera Delavayi, Franch. Dry mountain pastureland and 

pine woods on hills north of Yunnanfu. Elevation 7000 to 
8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

668. Inula Cappa, DC. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Dry, grassy hillsides 

from Yunnanfu to Tsu-hsiong-fu. Elevation 7000 to 8000 Jt. 



January 1905 



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5° Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

669. Aster Jeffreyanus, Diels. Sp. nov. Marshy hillsides, base of 

Lichiang peak, Lichiang valley. Elevation 10,000 ft. Ray 
florets deep lavender, disc florets rich orange. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

670. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Common on dry hill pastureland at an 

elevation of 6000 to 9000 ft. Flowers lavender. Yunnan, 
September 1904. 

671. Gnaphalium hypoleucum, DC. Common on dry, hilly pastures 

in all valleys at an elevation of 6000 to 10,000 ft. Yunnan 
September 1904. 

672. Myriactis nepalensis, Less. Common in all valleys north and 

south of Tahfu, m moist places at an elevation of 7000 to 



12,000 ft. Flowers pinkish. Yunnan, September 1904. 

673. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Dry pastureland in most valleys at 

an elevation of from 7000 to 10,000 ft. Flowers lavender. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

674. Artemisia yunnanensis, Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Hoching and 

Lichiang valleys, Yunnan. Dry ground, base of hills. Sep- 
tember 1904. v 

675. Saussurea obvallata, Wall. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

676. Artemisia campestris, Linn. Chung Tien plateau, mountain 

grassland. Alt. 13,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

677 ' A ^f tl^^V^ 11 - Descent from the Niu C^ng Pass 

to the Chung Tien plateau. Moist, stony hillsides. Eleva- 
tion^ 13,000 to 14,000 ft. Flowers lilac. Yunnan, September 

6?8 ' At T^Y^T^ f F TSm f' ^ aIle y 0f the Mekon g and Salwin, 

^600^0 nnnnfi U ^ B , Ty P asturela *d at an elevation 
oi 6000 to 9000 ft. Flowers lavender. Yunnan, August 1904. 

679. Aster trinervius Roxb. Shu-pa valley at an elevation of 9000 

to 10,000 ft. Moist, shady situations. Plant of 2 to 4 ft 
Flowers white. Yunnan, September 1904. 4 

68 °' La Chuan C?o adl sL? C f S?5 £ huan Valle ^ north of CM* 

Soon ?t Fi °Z padl fields > at an elevation of 7000 to 

8000 ft. Flowers yellow. Yunnan, October 1904. 

681. Senecio scandens, Ham. Head of Teng Chuan valley Drv 

stony ground at an eW a H™ „f „ + A ' A t\. y : . UT y* 



682. Bidens pilosa, Linn. Common in valley of Yamrtse and all 

fcl^aU* Ray floretf wil " 

^ *££ffiJ r $$m^'»*]*W ™**> on «he 



v ,., Chang Pass w 

Yunnan. Elevation 14,000 ft. Sept 













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Numerical Catalogue 51 

684. Emilia sonchifolia, DC. Chung Tien plateau. Elevation 12,000 

to 13,000 ft. Flowers pink. Yunnan, September 1904. 

685. Primula Franchetii, Pax. Moist, rocky situations on mountain 

meadows on the Mekong-Salwin divide to the north-west of 
Tsekou Mission. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. 
S.E. Tibet; July to August 1904. 

686. Buddleia officinalis, Maxim. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Hills to the 

north of Yunnanfu, cliffs and rocky situations. Flowers 
creamy-white with lavender centre. (Perfume resembling 
burnt almonds.) Elevation 6500 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 
February 1905. 

[In this and in No. 2 the flowers are smaller, the leaves 
auriculate, and their nerves more prominent than in the type.] 

687-688. 

689. Rhododendron siderophyllum, Franch. Open situations on the 

margins of mixed forests on the Mekong-Salwin divide, west 
of Tsekou. Lat. 28 io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. S.E. 
Tibet, September 1904. 

690-691. 

692. Rhododendron brachyanthum, Franch., var. hypoiepidotum, 

Franch. Dry, open situations in pine forests on the Mekong- 
Salwin divide, north-west of Tsekou. Lat. 28 15' N. Alt. 
13,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, July 1904. 

693- Bidens bipinnata, Linn. Yangtse and Mekong valleys common. 

Elevation 5600 to 9000 ft. Flowers yellow. Height of 
plant from 1 to 4 ft. Yunnan, September 1904. 

094- Rhododendron brevistylum, Franch. Shady situations at the 

base of cliffs on the Mekong-Salwin divide, north-west of 
Tsekou. Lat. 28 15' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. S.E. Tibet, July 



to August 1904. 



6 95-697. 



Moist, open situations 



in pine forests on the ascent of the Wei Hsi Pass Mekong- 
Yangtse divide. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan; September 1904. 

699- Rhododendron Forrestii. Balf. f. Sp. nov. Climber of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers deep crimson. On moist, moss -co verea rocks on 
the ascent of the Tsedjrong Pass, Mekong-Salvvin divide. 
Lat. 28 io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. S.E. liber, J my 
1905. 

7oo. Gentiana cephalantha, Franch. Mekong-Salwin divide behind 

Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

7oi. Gentiana Duclouxii, Franch. Generally prostrate. In shady 

thickets on hills north-west of Yunnaniu lake. Elevation 
7000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 



53 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

702. Gentiana taliensis, Balf. f. et G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Dry, 

grassy hillsides around Tali. Abundant on interior of city 
wall. Flowers ranging from white to deep blue, centre orange- 
yellow. Elevation 6500 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, February 1905. 

703-799- 

800. Cotoneaster insculpta, Diels. Sp. nov. Spreading shrub of 

? t0 r^ ft ' c Flowers white - 0n open, dry hillsides around 
Lu-Uiang, Salwm valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. November 
1905. 

801. Monotropa uniflora, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. All parts 

succulent of a steel-grey colour. Parasite on the roots of 
conifers in dry situations north of Lu-chang in the Salwin 
valley Salwm- Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26° N. Alt. 7000 to 
9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

802. Pirola decorata, H. Andres. Sp. nov. Plant of 9-15 inches. 

TnHnn Zf "Tt £ ry Sit " atl0nS in P me fores *s around 

dTvlrf, T, + Ao Lu ;? an ?', Salwin valle y> Salwin-Irrawadi 
November 1905 6 ™ * ^ 6 °°° t0 ^ ft N ' W ' Y — n > 

8 ° 3 ' EC Flowe?i b w^ aSS m F \ oc T hent ° r erect P lant oi * t0 ° inches. 

SSTi 7 ?' 01 l U . C J ayey situation s, such as bunds of 

about !l° to' N' V?% M ^ 0ng Valley near Fu ^o-Ti. Lat. 
804. Justicia diffusa ,WiUd., var hedyotifolia (Wall.) Clarke. Plant 

amongst 1^ F1 ° Wers J al T e r °se-red. °P en ' moist situations 

SSffi S. ^tfJ^Zf £»* S!pl Sa !™- 




irrawadi divide Lat. 26 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft 
Yunnan, November 1905. 



805. 



806. Ardisia crispa, A. DC. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft Fruit red 

Waf r k id S e CrUb La a t 26 n o d ^ft ^T ^^St 
Yunnan, November 1905 N * ^ 6 °° t0 7°°° ft N ' W ' 

8 ° 7 * D ^lT^en Bt M^ i Qarke ' • Pknt ° f 2 t0 6 **«■ 

n Zof ^ f ^ ' , Clay r y situations, Salwin valley, 

S5m °* L u-Chang, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat 26 to 
27 N. Alt. 4000 to 6 000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, Novtmberlgos 

8 ° 8 ' ^F&f wStkh^f tH ' L r' Sp ' n ° V - Shrub of » to 6 ft. 

tionlon the T Jn q7* Am ° ngSt l0W SCmb in °P en situa- 
qooc to xomrJ 1? ^v^' n i> rth -west of Talifu. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. N . W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

809. Tiliaceae No flower (?) Trees of 20 to 40 ft. Open situations 

TenT Yueh Tali^, ° n ^ fe ° f th ^ Shweli ^Uey on "he 
temLTi^ Uroad " Alt - 6oo °to7oooft. Yunnan, Sep- 






Numerical Catalogue 53 



810. Ainsliaea pteropoda, DC, var. obovata, Franch. Plant of 

1 ft. to 20 inches. Flowers rose-pink. Dry, barren ground 
in pine woods around and north of Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, 
Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 6000 to 8500 
ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

811. Drymaria cordata, Wilkl. Straggling plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

white. Amongst grass and in open exposed places, Salwin 
valley north of Lu-Chang, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 
26 to 27 N. Alt. 4000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 
1905. 

812. Myriactis Wallichii, Less. Spreading plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

pale purple. In shady places in scrub around Lu-Chang, 
Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 
5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

813. Laggera alata, Sch. Bip. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers dull 

purple. Dry, barren grassland north of Lu-Chang, Salwin 
valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 
ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

814. Commelina obliqua, Ham. Semi-procumbent plant of 1 to 2 ft 

Flowers deep blue. In moist almost boggy situations around 
Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 
26 N. Alt. 4000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

815. Mussaenda pubescens, Ait. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. R?™^ <*f 

red. Amongst oak scrub and on the borders of pine woods 
between Lu-Chang and Pei-Pa, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irra- 
wadi divide. Lat 26 to 26 15' N. Alt. 4000 to 6000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

816. Stellaria saxatilis, Ham. Creeping plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white. Amongst grass and in rocky situations on tarcn 
ground north °of Lu-Chang, Salwin vaUey Salwm-Inawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 to 26 30' N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. 



Yunna 



Half 



817. Polygonum chinense, Linn., var. braduatum, Messn. Hah 

scTndent plant of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers pink or white. Un 
scrub or undergrowth between Lu-Chang andPei-Pabaiwui 
valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 to 26 i D ». *it. 
4000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November i 9 o D . 

818. Grass. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. On barren clayey Mg^ 1 ^ 

Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Mwrn.^J"^ 



26 27' N. Alt. 4000 to 7000 ft. 
1905. 



819- Zehneria mysorensis, Am. Climber of 6 to aoft Fruit pale 

yellow. On scrub and undergrowth n shady s • 



yellow. On scrub and u«»w^ - j Salwin 

between Lu-Chang and *«-?*• /^VNobo to 6000 
Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 to 26 15 «• AU - - 1 



ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 



820. 










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54 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

821. Embelia prunifolia, Mez. Half scandent shrub of 10 to 15 ft 

Flowers green. Amongst oak scrub in dry situations, around 
Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. 
Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

822. Crepis japonica, Benth. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

orange. Dry, open, grassy hillsides around Lu-Chang, 
Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. about 26 N. 
Alt. 3000 to 5000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

823. Wahlenbergia gracilis, Schrad. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Open, dry situations in pine woods around 
Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 
26 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

824. Clematis Henryi, Oliv. Scandent scrub of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 

creamy-yellow, faintly fragrant. Open, dry, scrubby situa- 
tions around Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

[Leaves large, 16 cm. long, 7 cm. broad, petiole 5 to 6 cm. 
long, edge quite entire. This plant is much larger and stronger 
than the typical form which is known from the pro v. Hupeh. 
The species has not been found so far south before.] 

825. Streptolirion volubile, Edgew. Half scandent plant of 4 to 10 ft. 

Flowers yellowish-white. On scrub in damp dense jungle on 
the Ming-Kwong-Irrawadi divide. Lat. about 26 N.. Alt. 
6000 to 8000 ft. Upper Burma and N.W. Yunnan, October 

1905. 

826. Aconitum venatorium, Diels. Sp. nov. Salwin-Ming-Kwong 

valley. Expedition, October 1905. Plant from which the 
arrow poison is obtained. 

* 

827. Aster trinervius, Roxb. Erect half shrubby plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers pale purple, at times white. Grassy situations 
amongst scrub, Irrawadi basin near Tsu-Yo-Ho. Lat. 
nearly 26 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. Upper Burma, October 
1905. 

828. Alectra indica, Benth. Plant of 3 to 18 inches. Flowers pale 

prinu e -yellow. Dry, rocky situations, Irrawadi basin 
near Tsu-Yo-Ho. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 6000 ft. Upper Burma, 

October 1905. 

829. Hypericum elodeoides, Choisy. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pale lemon-yellow Open, grassy, rocky situations, 
Irrawadi basin near Tsu-Yo-Ho. Lat. near 26 N. Alt. 
6000 ft. Upper Burma, October 1905. 

830. Elsholtzia incisa, Benth. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

white. (>i n, grassy situations on clay land, Irrawadi basin 
near T>u-Yo-Ho. Lat. near 26 N. Alt. 6000 ft. Upper 
Burma, October 1905. 

831. Elsholtzia communis (Coll. et Hemsl.1, Diels. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale lilac. Open, grassy situations, Irrawadi basin 
near Tsu-Yo-Ho. Lat. about 26 N. Alt. 6000 ft. Upper 
Burma, October 1905. 




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Numerical Catalogue 55 

832. Eragrostis interrupta (Lam.), P. Beauv. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

On dry, open, rocky hillsides, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide between Lu-Chang and Pei-Pa Lat. 26 to 26 15' N. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

833. Laggera flava, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright 

yellow. In open, dry, grassy situations in pine woods, Salwin 
valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide between Lu-Chang and Pei- 
Pa. Lat. 26 to 26 15' N. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

834. Osbeckia chinensis, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2| ft. Flowers rose- 

purple. Dry, open, grassy situations around Lu-Chang, 
Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 
7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

835. Torenia peduncuiaris, Benth. Procumbent plant of 4 to 6 

inches. Flowers pale blue darker markings. On dry clayey 
ground, around Mo-Cho, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 io' N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

836. Oxyspora paniculata, DC. Compact shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers 

bright rose-red. Shady, open situations in woods on the 
slopes of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north of Pei- 
Pa. Lat. 26 15' to 26 45' N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

837. Senecio densiflorus, Wall. Half shrubby plant of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers bright yellow. Moist, shady situations, edges of 
streams, etc., side valleys of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 15' to 27 N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

838. Dicentra thalictrifolia, Hook. f. et Thorns. Half scandent 

plant of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers pale lemon-yellow, foliage thick 
and fleshy. On scrub and amongst grass in shady situations 
towards the head of the Ming-Kwong valley, north of Pei-Pa. 
Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 
1905. 

839- Crawfurdia Bulleyana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Climber of 

10 to 20 ft. Flowers pale bluish-purple, markings a deeper 
shade. In bamboo brakes and on scrub at an elevation 
of 8000 to 11,000 ft. Ming-Kwong-Irrawadi divide. L-at. 
26 N. Upper Burmah, October 1905. Also on Irrawadi- 
Salwin divide above Pien-Ma. 

840. Grass. Plant of 4 to 6 ft. Dry, open situations amongst scrub, 

Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north °y^ L ha "^ 



Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 4000 to 8000 ft. 
November 1905. 



841. Pollinia quadrinervis, Hack. Plant of 4 to 8 ft. Amongs 

scrub on dry open hillsides, valley of the Salwin, north of 
Lu-Chang. Lat 26 to 27 N. Alt. 5000 to 8000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. November 1903. 

842. Erianthus fulvus, Nees. Plant of 6 to 12 ft; Open dry situa- 

tions in the Salwin valley, Salwin- Irrawadi divide north ot 
Lu-Chang. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 3000 to 7000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 



56 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

843. Erianthus fulvus, Nees. Plant of 6 to 12 ft. Open, dry situa- 

tions in the Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north 
of Lu-Chang. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 3000 to 7000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

844. Grass. Plant of 6 to 12 ft. Common in the Salwin valley, 

north of Lu-Chang, amongst dry scrub in open situations. 
Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 3000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

845. Grass. Plant of 6 to 10 ft. Common in the Salwin valley; 

north of Lu-Chang, amongst dry scrub, in open situations. 
Lat. 26 °to 27 N. Alt. 3000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

846. Neyraudia madagascariensis, Hook. f. Plant of 6 to 10 ft. 

Open, dry; sandy places near streams Ku-Tan-Ho valley, 

south of Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. 

Lat. about 26 N. Alt. 5000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 
1905. 

847. Elsholtzia blanda, Benth. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers dirty 

white. Open, scrubby hillsides near Tsu-Yo-Ho, Irrawadi 
basin about Lat. 26 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. Upper Burmah, 
October 1905. 

848. Senecio cymatocrepis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft 

Flowers orange-yellow. Open, moist situations in pine 
woods near summit of Pien-Ma Pass, Irrawadi-Salwin divide. 
Lat. 26 N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Upper Burmah, October 

IQO5. 

849. Eupatorium japonicum, Thunb. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

Z I £ p M gS £ bn f ke , n and u ndergrowth on the ascent 
of the Pien-Ma Pass leading from the Irrawadi basin to that 

C^Sber^ 60 N ' Alt 7 ° 00 t0 80 °° ft U PP- 

85 °- FiC s h?/v ^r' WalL S ? readi "g s h™b of 6 to 10 ft. Moist, 

shady situations m oak scrub around Lu-Chang Salwin 

7000 6> ft Sa NW ' V^^ t idQ ' Lat 26 ° N - Alt 6000 o 
7000 tt. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

851 ' P1 maee e nta rae wi;h' ^T' Han \°. f 6 to I0 inches ' Flowe ^ rose- 
magenta, with deeper markings of the same EoiDhvte 

dUTalso Tit I" 56 $T* ° n the I-awa^Ming-Sg 
arviae, also in the Irrawadi basin. Lat. about 26 N Alt 

6000 to 9000 ft. Upper Burmah and N.W.Yunnan October 

852. Smilax polycolea, Warb. Semi-scandent shrub of 2 to 6 ft 

"!d berry Morst shady situations aZrnd Lu°Chang 



Lat. 26 N. Alt 

Callicarp 



shrub 



oak scrub around Lu-Chang and to the north vallev of the 
Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide Lat ?fi° K \tl\ V 
7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905 * Alt 6oo ° to 



I 



I Numerical Catalogue 57 

! 854. Porana racemosa, Roxb. Climber of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers white, 

faintly fragrant. On scrub, grass, etc., variety of situations, 
>ide valleys of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north of 
Lu-Chang. Lat. 26 to 27 15' N. Alt. 4000 to 7000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

855. Senecio saluenensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Spreading shrub of 4 to 

9 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. Shady, moist side valleys 



of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north of Lu-Chang. 



Lat. 26 to 27' N. Alt. 4000 to 5000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

856. Manisuris granulans, Linn. f. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. On dry, open, 

sandy ground, banks of the Salwin, north of Lu-Chang, 
Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 3000 to 4000 



















ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

857. Vernonia clivorum, Kurz. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers rose- 

magenta (in some specimens white). Dry, open hillsides 
amongst scrub. Salwin valley, north of Lu-Chang, Salwin- 
Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 4500 to 7000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

858. Vernonia cinerea, Less. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers magenta- 

rose. Sandy, open, dry situations, banks of the Salwin, 
between La-To-Wa-Di and Chong-Wa, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 3000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

859- Hex corallina, Franch. Spreading shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Fruit a 

brilliant scarlet berry. Dry, open, stony situations in pine 
woods, Salwin valley, north of Lu-Chang, Sa hvm-Irrawadi 

divide. Lat. 26 6' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W.Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

860. Elaeagnus Bockii, Diels. Branching shrub of 4 to 10 ft 

FlowWs silvery grey, fragrant. Moist, shady situations in 
oak scrub around Lu-Chang, Salwin va ?y Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 
1905. 

«6i. Stachys Sieboldii, Miq. Procumbent pknt of 2 to 3 ft- Flowers 

rose red. Trailing over rocks in shady situations i Sal wui 
valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide near Mo-Cho. Lat 20 5 • 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

862. Nertera sinensis, Hemsl. Plant of 2 to 4 inches Flowers 

white. Forming dense masses on moist, ^ v ™fVrf 
valleys of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide north 01 
Mo-Cho. Lat. 26 5' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. JN.vv. 

Yunnan, November 1905. 

863. Oldenlandia corymbosa, Linn. Branched plant of 6 to 10 

inches. Flowers white. Dry, open situations on h ^ e 
the Salwin valley between Pei-Pa and Shih-Chi-T ban 
Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26° 15' K. Alt. 5000 to 6ooo it. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 



58 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

864. Pouzolzia indica, Gaud. Branched plant of 6 to 14 inches. 

Dry, open situations on the slopes of the Salwin near Pei-Pa, 
Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 15" N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 
ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

865. Hemipilia Forrestii, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers rose-red. Ledges of cliffs forming banks of the 
Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, between Ya-Ko and La- 
To-Wa-Di. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 2900 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

866. Wendlandia ligustrina, Wall. Branched shrub of 6 to 9 ft. 

Flowers creamy-yellow, fragrant. Amongst scrub on dry, 
exposed hillsides, valley of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide between Shih-Chi-Ti and Pei-Pa. Lat. 26 15' N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

867. Abelia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Spreading shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers rose-pink. Dry, scrubby hillsides, Salwin valley 
between Shih-Chi-Ti and Hsia-Ku-Ti, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 15' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yun- 
nan, November 1905. 

868. Polygala arillata, Ham. Branching shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers orange. Shady, moist situations amongst oak 
scrub on hills around Lu-Chang, Salwin valley, Salwin- 
Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

869. Hibiscus pungens, Roxb. Erect plant of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

canary- yellow, with maroon centre. Side valley of the 
Salwin between Hsia-Ku-Ti and Ya-Ko, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26°25'N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W.Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

870. Prenanthes yakoensis, Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Half scandent plant 

ol 8 to 12 ft. Flowers crimson. Amongst scrub in shady 
situations edges of pine woods, etc., Salwin valley, Salwin- 
Irrawadi divide. Only in one place vegetation-summit of 
the Ya-Ko ridge. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 9000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

871. Perilla ocymoides, Linn. Tall branched plant of 5 to 8 ft. 

Flowers white. Salwin and Irrawadi basins. Lat. about 

?<L 7 a ?i ■ Alt 4° f °o to 7000 ft. Grown by the natives 
(Shans and Lissoos) of the Irrawadi and Salwin basins for an 
oil which is expressed from the seeds. Used for cooking. 
N.W. Yunnan and Upper Burmah, October and November 
■^9^5- 

872. Barleria cristata Linn. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers pale 

purplish-blue. Amongst dry, barren hillsides amongst scrub 
Salwin valley, near Hsia-Ku-Ti, Salwin-Irrawadi divide 
Lat. 26 25' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan. Novel 



873. Aerua glabrata, Hook. f. Procumbent shrub of 2 to a ft 

Flowers white. Dry clefts of cliffs, and on stony ground, 

LllU\%t^ V° rth A H Ya - K °' Sa ^in-Irrawadi g divide: 
N a ovembe? x^° 2? ^ ^ 3 °°° * *•*•*—«. 




Numerical Catalogue 59 

874. Osbeckia nepalensis, Hook. f. Branching shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers rich rose-red. Dry situations amongst mixed scrub, 
valley of the Sal win, north of Lu-Chang, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yun- 
nan, November 1905. 

[This has not yet been recorded so far east.] 

875. Pogostemon elsholtzioides, Benth. Spreading shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers rose-red. Amongst scrub on dry, rocky hillsides, 
valley of the Salwin between Shih-Chi-Ti and Hsia-Ku-Ti, 
Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 20' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 
ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

876. Knoxia corymbosa, Willd. Erect plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pale purple. Dry, open, clayey situations, slopes 
of the Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 20 to 
26°3o'N. Alt. 3000 to 4000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November^. 

■ 

877. Ficus pyriformis, Hook, et Arn Spreading shrub of 3 ; to 6 ft 

Damp rocky situations, banks of the Salwin, both sides 
from 26° 30' to 27 15' N. Under water in we season during 
floods. Alt. 3000 to 4000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

878. Elsholtzia Labordei (Vaniot) Diels. SP*^^^* 

7 ft. Flowers dirty greenish-yellow. Dry, barren hillsides 
in the Mekong valley near the village of Fu-m -T Mekong 
Salwin divide Lat. about 27 N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

879. Carex cruciata, Wahlenb. Erect plant of 1 to 3 ft. In ^clefts 

and on ledges of cliffs, banks of the Salwin^ Lat about 27 
15' N. Alt. 3500 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

880. Carex cruciata, Wahlenb. Erect plant of 2 to 4 £t Dry, open 

rocky situations, side valleys of the S^ S ^™^ 
divide, north of Lu-Chang. Lat. 26 to -7 w - m « 
to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

881. Carex baccans, Nees. Erect plant of ; $ to f Sa £h3i 

rocky situations, side valleys of the Salwin Sahan irra 
divide. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 3000 to 4000 it. N.W.iun 

November 1905. 

882. Erigeron canadensis, Linn. Erect plant of i to 3 ft F1 °* e £ 

N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

883. Aconitum venatorium, Diels Sp. nov Ere ct P^nt^i j^ 

3 ft. Flowers deep violet-purple. Moist, op abQut 

edges of scrub, etc., Irrawadi-Salwin .to de L 



8 

26° N. Alt 



— w v *» « w — —*m w. — -w- -*^ — 

884. Torenia peduncularis, Benth Spi*^ f2 ^SjS 

Flowers blue, tube of corolla Y^^^iiley, north of 
situations, edges of cultivation, eto. ^^Jfc. N.W. 



\ 



unnan 



I 



60 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

885. Silene tenuis, Willd. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers pinkish- 

white. Dry, rocky situations. Western slopes of the Tsan- 
Shan range near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40" N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

886. Codonopsis convolvulacea, Kurz. Plant of 6 to 20 inches. 

Flowers bright blue. On scrub and grass, western slopes of 
the Tsan-Shan mountains. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

887. Andropogon serratus, Thunb. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Barren 

mountain pastureland on the divide between Yung-ping- 
Hsien and the Mekong valleys, Talifu-Teng Yueh road. 
Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905. 

888. Themeda triandra, Forsk. Plant of 4 to 7 ft. Barren mountain 

pastureland on the divide between Yung-ping-Hsien and 
the Mekong valleys, Talifu-Teng Yueh road. . Lat. 25 20' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

889. Themeda triandra, Forsk. Plant of 4 to 7 ft. Barren mountain 

pastureland on the divide between Yung-ping-Hsien and 
the Mekong valleys, Talifu-Teng Yueh road. Lat. 25 20' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

890. Andropogon contortus, Linn. A most detestable grass which 

covers huge tracts of land in Yunnan. Forms a belt of grass- 
land on all the mountains at an elevation of 5000 to 7000 ft. 
The seeds would work through almost anything I think. 
Go through cloth and become buried in the flesh. Plant 
of 1 to 3 ft. Dry, rocky hillsides all over N.W. Yunnan. 
Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. Specimens from the Salwin valley, north 
of Lu-Chang, Salwin- Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

891. Sporobolus indicus (Linn.), R. Br. Plant of 3 to 4 ft. Mountain 

pastureland on the divide, between Yung-ping-Hsien, and 
the Mekong valleys, Talifu-Teng Yueh road. Lat. 25 20' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

892. Arundinella nepalensis, Trin. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Dry, rocky 

mountain pastureland, western slopes of the Tsan-Shan 
range, near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

893. Hosta plantaginea (Lam.V, Aschers. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers 

pure white. Root a rhizome. Grown by the Chinese, as 
an ornamental pot plant, in Talifu, and said to be a native 
of the Tsan-Shan range, west of Tali. Lat. 25 40' N. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

894. Anthogonium gracile, Lindl. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers 

rose-red. Labellum purple. Dry, mountain pastureland 
on eastern slopes of Tsan-Shan range, west of Talifu. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

895. Habenaria Bulleyi, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

green. Barren mountain pastureland. Eastern slopes of 
the Tsan-Shan range, west of Talifu. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 












Numerical Catalogue 6i 



S96. Spermacoce stricta, Linn. f. Plant 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

dull reddish- purple. Barren, stony ground, western slopes 
of the Tsan-Shan range, near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905. 

897. Plectranthus megathyrsus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers pale purplish-blue. Western slopes of the Tsan- 
Shan range amongst grass and scrub. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

898. Dumasia cordifolia, Benth. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Climbing on grass, scrub, etc. On eastern slopes of the 
Tsan-Shan range. Talifu valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

S99. Cynoglossum micranthum, Desf. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pale blue. Dry, rockv grassland, western slopes 
of the Tsan-Shan range. Lat. 28 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

900. Polygonum delicatulum, Meissn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pale pink. Moist, rocky or sandy situations, western slopes of 
the Tsan-Shan range. Lat. 28 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

901. Polygala triphylla, Ham. Plant of 1 to 3 inches Flowers 

rose-red. Dry, hill pastureland, eastern slopes o the Isan- 
Shan range in Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

902. Achillea setacea, Waldst. et Kit. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Damp, barren moorland, western slopes of the 1 san- 
Shan range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. 



Yunnan, September 1905. 



Jaub. et Sp. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 



Damp, barren moorland,' western slopes of the J s * n ; Shan 
range. Lat.2 5 4 o'N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W.Yunnan, 

September 1905. 

904. Danthonia cachemyriana, Jaub. et Sp. P1 ? n * ° f ^J° s 2 h an 

Damp, barren grassland, western slopes of th el &**™* 
range Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W.Yunnan, 

September 1905. 

905. Anaphalis cuneifolia, Hook. f. ^ tof + 6toI 1 ^ h 5' th fT^ 

white. Damp, barren moorland, western slopes of the lsan 
Shan range, near head of Yangtse valley. Lat. 23 40 w. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

Habenaria Duclouxii, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 10 inches 

Flowers green. Barren, damp moorlan^ W stern sl^ 
of the Tsan-Shan range, near head of Yang Pi ber 

25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, o y 



906 



1905- 



62 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

907. Herminium yunnanense, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers greenish-yellow. Damp, barren moorland, 
western slopes of the Tsan-Shan range, near head of Yang-pi 
Pass. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
September 1905. 

908. Parnassia mysorensis, Heyne. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

creamy-white. Damp; barren moorland, western slopes of the 
Tsan-Shan range, Yangtse Pass. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

909. Campanula colorata, Wall. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Dry, rocky situations, western slopes of the 
Tsan-Shan range; near head of Yangtse valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

910. Flemingia strobilifera, Roxb. Small scrub of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

pale pink. Grassy, rocky downs on western slopes of the Tsan- 
Shan, about middle of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 45' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

911- Polygonum runcinatum, Ham. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

pmk. Moist grassland, western slopes of the Tsan-Shan range, 
near head of the Yangtse valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

912. Buddleia myriantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers dull purple. Dry, open situations on the borders of 
pine woods, western slopes of the Tsan-Shan range, Yang-pi 
Pass. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
beptember 1905. 

913- Bridelia stipularis, Bl. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers green 

Shady forests in the Salwin valley, where the Tens Yueh- 
Talifu road crosses Lat. 25 N. Alt. 4000 to 5000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

914- Allium yunnanense, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pink Shady, scrubby situations on the western 
slopes of the Tsan-Shan range, near the head of the Yang-pi 
Pass. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

915. Shuteria anomala, Pampanini. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

n Th^™ q£ giaSS in ° pen situatio »* on the eastern slopes 

/v f r an range ' west of Talifu-Tali valley. Lat 2V 

40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W . Yunnan, September 1905. 

916. Rubus major, Focke. Sp. nov. Plant of 10 to 20 ft. Semi- 

climber flowers dirty white. Shady woods on the Mekong- 
Yung Chang divide, Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat 2 £ W N 

Alt- Tdnn tn nnnn ft W V„„ c_x_ .. . , J X J "• 

917. Justicia 



W. Yunnan, September 1905. 



sticia stolonifera Clarke. Semi-procumbent plant of 1 to 2 
ft. Flowers pale blue Shady situations in woods near Kuan* 
po divide between the Mekong and Yung Chang valleys 

Jr^l^i-L^ot I5 ' N - Alt 7oo ° to * L 

5 ooo K fn Wn bef ° re fr ° m KhaSia mountains between 2000 to 



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Numerical Catalogue 63 

918. Hibiscus mutabilis, Linn. f. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft 

Flowers rose-pink. Dry; open situations on Teng Yueh- 
Talifu road, between the Mekong and Salwin rivers from 
Lat. 25 to 25 20' N. Alt. 4000 to 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, Sep- 
tember, 1905. 

919. Cucubalus baccifer, Linn. Clambering plant of 2 to 5 ft. 

Flowers yellowish-white. Amongst grass and scrub around 
Yung-chang-fu. Lat. 25 7' N. Alt. 6000 ft. Fruit black. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

920. Strobilanthes acrocephalus, T. And. Semi-procumbent plant 

of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers pale blue. Dry; grassy situations in pine 
woods between Yang-pi and Yung-ping-Hsien on the Talifu- 
Teng Yueh road. Lat 25 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

[Khasia mountains at 4000 to 5000 ft.]. 

921. Xyris pauciflora, Willd. Plant of 10 to 12 inches. Flowers 

golden-yellow. Boggy moorland on western slopes of Tsan- 
Shan range. Lat. 25 45' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

922. Cnicus eriophoroides, Hook. f. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

pale purple. Rocky, scrubby situations, western slopes of the 
Tsan-Shan range, pass at head of Yang-pi valley, Lat. 25° 
40' N. Alt. io;ooo to 11,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

923- Leucosceptrum canum, Sm. Tree of 30 to 40 ft. Flowers 

rose-crimson. Shady situation by side of Yang-pi river, 
Yang-pi valley north of Yang-pi, only one specimen seen. 
Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 
Most difficult plant to dry. Each flower almost completely 
filled with honey. Faintly fragrant. G. F. 

924- Sedum indicum (Decne.), Hamet, var. Forresti, Hamet. Var. 

nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers yellowish-green. On dry 
clefts of rocks and shady cliffs on the Ya-Ko ridge valley ol the 
Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 7000 
to 9000 ft. N. W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

925. Cirrhopetalum emarginatum, Finet. Plant oi [4 tc .6 ft. Flowers 

lake and pale yellow, faintly fragrant. On dry trees in shady 
situations on the ascent of the Hsu-tzu-Ngai Pass Mekong- 
Salwin divide, Salwin valley. Lat. 27 10 N. Alt. 8000 
to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

926. Liparis longipes, Lindl. Plant of 1 to 2. H**"^ 

Shady situttions on dry rocks and branches of trees , valle* oi 
Salwin south of Chongwa. Lat.26° 4 5'N. ^.3000^04000 
ft. Irrawadi-Salwin divide. N.W. Yunnan. November 1905. 

927. Lycoris aurea, Herb. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Root a bulb ; flowers 

rich golden-yellow. Moist, shady situations, banks o tne 
Salwin river, south of Chongwa, Salwm-Iixawadi dn.de. 
Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 3000 to 4000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 



6 4 Plaxtae Chinenses Forrestianae 

928. Fern. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. In dry, rocky situations on the lava 

beds in the Mmg-Kwong valley, north of Ma-Chang. Lat. 
25 15 N. Alt. 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905? 

929. Boea arachnoidea, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Growing in clefts of cliffs in the Ming-Kwong valley, near Pel 
Octobe^ Mt 60 °° t0 7 °°° ft N '™- Yunnan » 

930. Smithia yimnanensis, Franch. Semi-procumbent plant of 10 

IZ ™- mC ^ S - Flowers y ell ow. Moist, grassy situations in 
the Ming-Kwong valley, such as the bunds of the rice fields 
etc. Specimen from near Pei Sha. Lat. 2* W N Alt' 
6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. ' 

93T ' A1 wfw nd n a ' Benth - Plant 0f 3 t0 " ^ches. Flowers deep 

S!" Fn mP ' gr ? Sy Sltuati ? ns on the Salwin-Irrawadi 

S \\r % 7 ??° to I0 ' 000 ft - Lat - 2 5° 15' to 26 N 

N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. D 

932. Bidens tripartita Linn. Plant of 1 to if ft. Flowers greenish- 
yellow Very boggy situations, Ming-Kwong valley. Lat. 

October ° 9 os. 5 °°° t0 7 °° ft N ' W ' Yunnan ' 

933- Scirpus Eriophorum, Michx. Erect plant of 3 to 5 ft Moist 

boggy stations near head of the Ming- Kwolg vllley. Lat 
25 30 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

934- Elsholtzia heterophylla, Diels. Sp. nov. Erect plant of 1 to 

s^^STin^M- 11 ^ boggy grass and bracke - 

Shdh ton i! m o the Mmg-Kwong valley, north of Li- 

lutlrOc°tober a r 9 ot 3 ° *' ^ 6 °°° t0 ^ ft. N.W. 

935 - D °fio^oS^& H r * Pr0CUmbent P^nt of 3 to 6 inches. 

head of the C k Swam ?y' °P en Patches in alder scrub, 

2?*>' N Alt g± K T ng Va ] ley ' near Li-Shih-ton-Ho. Lat 
25 30N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

N.W. Yunnan, October iJo 5 . 5 3 ° N * Alt 6 °°° to 7 000 ft. 



937- 



parviflorum 



Wall, forma. P.'ocumb-nt pllnt ' of ^to 2 ? ft ""pin "^ 
7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, Novembe? 1905? 10 N ' Alt ' 

939 - fe tW5$» 1 S£ o^'n^r" " 65 - ,»"*» 

north of Lu-chan* Salwm Si c i S amongst grass, 
Lat. 26° 10' N Alt looo ft \ Salwm-Irrawach divide. 
I9 o 5 . 7 ° 00 "■ *- w - Yunnan, November 






Numerical Catalogue 5 5 

940. Anotis Wightiana, Wall. Prostrate plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Flowers pale lilac. Dry, grassy situations in pine woods' 
near Con-Tou-Cai, Ming-Kwong valley. Lat. 25 20' N 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

941. Burmannia coelestis, Don ? Plant of 1 to 3 inches. Flowers 

(or perianth) bright lilac blue. Open, swampy grassland 
near Pei Sha north, in the Ming-Kwong valley. Lat. 25 25' N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

942. Spermacoce stricta, Linn. f. Plant of § to if inch. Flowers 

purple ? on lava beds (in crevices) in the Ming-Kwong valley, 
north of Machang. Lat. 25 15' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

943- Anaphalis adnata, DC. Erect plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

white. Open, grassy scrubby situations in the Ming-Kwong 
valley, on lava beds, north of Machang. Lat. 25 15' N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

944- Anaphalis margaritacea, Benth. et Hook. f. Erect plant of 

2 to 3 ft. Flowers white. Dry, open pine woods in the 
Ming-Kwong valley, north of Machang. Lat. 25 15' N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

945- Rapanea yunnanensis, Mez. Tree of 25 to 50 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Banks of the Salwin, dry, warm situations 
from Lat. 26 15' to 26 45' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, October 1905. 

946. Elsholtzia kachinensis, Prain. Prostrate plant of 6 to 18 inches. 

Flowers rose-purple. Moist, boggy situations, edges of pine 
woods in the Ming-Kwong valley, north of Machang. Lat. 25 
15' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

[Easily recognised by its prostrate habit, the broad, short 
leaves and rooting stems. It is a very remarkable species 
which seems to be allied to the group of E. Bodinieri.] 

947- Elsholtzia pilosa, Benth. Plant of 4 to 9 inches - / low f. rs 

pale purple. Open, dry, rocky situations on lava beds in the 
Ming-Kwong valley. Lat. 25 15' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

948. Hedyotis uncinella, Hook, et Arn. Erect plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale purple. Dry, open situations, lava beds in the 
Ming-Kwong valley. Lat. 25 15' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

949- Gnaphalium hypoleucum, DC. Plant of 1 to 2 f t Flowers 

bright yellow: Open, dry situations, lava beds in / the Ming- 
Kwong valley, north of Machang. Lat. 25 15 «• Alx - 
6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

950. Swertia cordata, Wall. Erect plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flow ers .pale 

yellowish-white. Open places in pine woods on lava becis in 
the Ming-Kwong valley, near Machong. Lat. 25 15 «• 
Alt. 6500 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 
5 



66 Plantae Chinexses Forrestianae 

951. Rhododendron sulphureum, Franch. Small spreading shrub of 

2 to 3 ft. Flowers bright yellow. Shady situations on the 
margins of pine forests and cane brakes on the Lu-pa Pass, 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. November 1905. N.W. Yunnan. 

952. Lycium chinense, Mill. Spreading shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

heliotrope. Rocky, moist situations, below high-water level, 
banks of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Only at one 
place, near Chongwa. Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 3200 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1904. 

953- Mitreola oldenlandioides, Wall. Spreading plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Growing on clayey banks, banks of the Salwin 
below high- water level, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Only in one 
place near Chongwa. Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 3200 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

954- Eugenia tetragona, Wight. Tree of 30 to 40 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Banks of streams, side valleys of the 
Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide near La-To-Wa-Di Lat 
26 40' N. Alt. 4000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

955- Cyananthus Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. 

956. Davallia sp On dry, rocky banks of the Salwin, Salwin- 



i j-^j- -T t^' l ^y "*"*■*> "i uie saiwin, balwin- 

Irrawadi divide Lat 26 27' N. Alt. 2500 to 3000 ft. 
JN.VV. Yunnan. November 1905. 



957- 



958. Cirrhopetalum amplifolium, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Erect plant 

(epiphyte) of 12 to 15 inches. Shady situations on trees on 
cliffy banks of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north of 

Ji 1 ^ 1 /6 30' N. Alt. 3000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
INovember 1905. 

b.,U? lia fw S ° litar5 I lea V hick ' flesh y 5 and with a pseudo- 
bulb. Flowers a pale yellowish-pink, veined deep purple- 



lake. 

959- Senecio yakoensis, J. F. Jeffrey 



Koensis, J. K Jeffrey. Sp. nov. Erect plant of 3 

slones of thr^i 0rang c' 1 fraSl ; lnt - Da ™P, shady situations 
Son y' Ko^' &1 ™ n '*™vadi divide. Only in one 
piace on \ tl -Ko 1 idge, near the village of Ya-Ko Lat ?fi° qa' N 
Alt. 7 ooo to 8000 ft. X.W. Yunnan, November 1905 3 

960. Oxyspora serrulata Diels. Sp. nov. Branched shrub of 2 to 

rfiheSt^ Moist, very shady situatfons 

un tne in.iw.icli, xMing-Kwone: Pass I at 9c cVv vt ah. 

8000 to 9500 ft. Upper Burmah, Octobtr 190I. 5 * **" 

961. Plectranthus macranthu<? HnnL- f u ^ ■ . 



reveille in tedde Rcpert. ix. (ion) n >>■><, nw v. T \ 

Plant of I2 to 1* inThes. Flo^V^urpll^Bv frfdErf 

stn iins and similar moist sitnitinnc ;** a • \ s ot 

ascent of the MmSSLjSSS £j£"°J!" «K °* ** 



. ■ «« D ,,,! 'H- n.n.mg— j .rrawadi divide. Lat o*° az' k 

Alt. 7 „oo to Sooo ft. N.W. Yunnan. October 1905 5 45 

[The species extends from the Sikkim Himalava to Kwei 
chou (Cavalene, No. 362, in Herb. Soc. In'rrnat. ulfaZ^ 






\ 







Numerical Catalogue 67 

962. Euphorbia glaucopoda, Diels. Sp. nov. Erect plant of i| to 

3 ft. Moist situations by streams in dense jungle on the 
ascent of the Irrawadi-Ming-Kwong divide. Lat. 25 45' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

963. Crawfurdia Trailliana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Climber of 6 to 

20 ft. Flowers rich deep heliotrope. Damp, shady situations, 
on tall grass, and scrub, side valleys of the Salwin, Salwin- 
Irrawadi divide, from Shih-Pa-Lei-Ti, north to Me-ko-Ti, 
Lat. 26 io' to nearly 27 N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. Forms 
a distinct belt never above nor below those heights. N.W. 
Yunnan. November 1905. 

964. Cyperorchis elegans (Lindl.). Bl. Plant of i\ to 2 ft. Flowers 

dirty greenish-yellow ; corolla thick, fleshy. Ledges of moist, 
shady rocks overhanging streams, side valley of the Salwin, 
Salwin- 1 rrawadi divide called Ku-Tan-Ho. Lat. nearly 26 N. 
Alt. 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

9 6 5- Satyrium nepalense, Don. Erect plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

s rose-pink, deliciously fragrant, almost identical with wild 

hyacinth. Dry, open, grassy hillsides (limestone), Salwin 
! valley, Salwin -I rrawadi divide. Lat. 26 to 27 N. Alt. 

i 7000 to 10,000 ft. Common over all N.W. Yunnan, November 

I I 9°5- (3 sheets.) 

966. Senecio densiflorus, Wall. Erect plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 
! bright yellow. Damp, shady situations, side valleys of the 
P Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 !$' to 27 N. 

Alt. 6000 to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

967. Luculia gratissima, Sweet. Spreading shrub of 4 to 10 ft. 

Flowers pale pink, corolla fleshy. Deliriously fragrant, 
perfume same as apple blossom. Dry, open situations, 

slopes of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat 26 15 to 



27 N. Alt. 5500 to 7000 ft. Forms a distinct belt. 
Yunnan, November 1905. Dimorphic. Chinese 



W 

call it 



Ting-Shan. 






968. Aster vestitus, Franch. =A . Fordii, Hemsl. Erect plant of 2 to 

ft. Flowers white. Dry, grassy situations in pine woods, 

slopes of the Mekong. Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 27 «. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

969. Astilbe rivularis, Ham. Erect plant of 2 to 3 ft. gj»» 

creamy yellow. Damp, shady situations, banks of the balwin 
Salwen-Irrawadi divide, under water during floods, only at 
one place near village of Chongwa. Lat. 26 45 «. Ait. 
3200 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

970. Cirrhopetalum amplifolium, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Erect 1 plant 

(epiphyte) of 12 to 15 inches. Shady situations 01 1 trees on 
cliffs, banks of the Salwin, Salwin -Irrawadi divide, north 
of Ya-Ko. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 3000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

Foliage one solitary leaf, thick, fleshy, and with a pseudo- 
bulb. Flowers a pale yellowish-pink, veined deep purple 



68 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

971. Sarcopyramis nepalensis, Wall. Erect branched plant of 6 

to 12 inches. Flowers red. In moist, very shady situations 
by sides of streams, etc., at an elevation of 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
Irrawadi basin. Lat. 25 50' N. Upper Burmah, October 
1905. 

972. Halenia elliptica, D. Don. Erect, branched plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers deep blue. Open, moist, bracken-covered situations 
on the descent from the Irrawadi-Ming-Kwong divide. Alt. 
9000 to 10,500 ft. Lat. 25 50' N. Irrawadi basin. Upper 
Burmah, October 1905. 

973. Artemisia parviflora, Roxb. Erect plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

dull brown. On dry, bracken -covered hillsides in the Ming- 
Kwong valley. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. Lat. 25 40' N. Near 
Machang. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

974. Prenanthes khasiana, C. B. Clarke. Erect plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers bright purple. Moist situations by sides of streams 
in dense jungle on the ascent of the Ming-Kwong- Irrawadi 
divide. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. Lat. 25 45' N. Also Upper 
Burmah on west side of range. N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

975. Hydrangea aspera, Don. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Barren flowers 

yellowish-white, fertile flowers pale purple. Amongst scrub 
on rocky ground on western slopes of Tsan-Shan range, near 
head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

976. Pedicularis deltoidea, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

bright carmine. Mossy, boggy situations on western slopes 
of Tsan-Shan Range, near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

977. Cyananthus incanus, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. leiocalyx, 

Franch. 

978. Aster fuscescens, Bur. et Franch. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright purple. Amongst cane scrub and on grassy, rocky 
ground. Western slopes of the Tsan-Shan range, near head 
of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

979- Buddleia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Flowers reddish-maroon, fragrant. On ledges of cliffs and 
very stony ground. Western slopes of the Tsan-Shan Range, 
near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

980. Phtheirospermum chinense, Bunge. Erect plant of 1 to U ft. 

Flowers rose-red. Grassy, open, moist situations in the 
Irrawadi basin around Tsu-Yo-Ho. Lat. 25 50' N Alt 
6000 to 7000 ft. Upper Burmah, October 1905. 

981. Crotalaria assamica, Benth. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers bright 

yellow Open, moist situations, Yang-pi valley, near Yang-pi. 

Lat. 25 35 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905. p 



Numerical I aiai.ogue 69 

982. Cimicifuga foetida, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers creamy 

yellow. Rocky, scrubby slopes on the western side of the 
Tsan-Shan range, near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 

Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

983. Saxifraga diversifolia, Wall., f. foliata, Engl, et Irmscher. 

i Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers orange-yellow. Grassy, shady 

situations on the western slopes of the Tali range, near the 
head of the Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1905. W. Yunnan. 

984. Aconitum Delavayi, Franch., var. leiocarpum, Fin. et Gagnep. 

Climber of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers deep blue. On scrub and 
undergrowth on the western slopes of the Tsan-Shan range, 
near the head of the Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

985. Saussurea virgata, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft F1 ™f tE^ 

purple. Grassy, scrubby situations, western slopes of the 1 san- 
Shan range, near the head of the Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

986. Polygonum paleaceum, Meissn. Plant ofi* to 3 ft Flowers 

rose-pink. Moist, boggy situations on the western slopes 1 
the Tsan-Shan range"" Specimen from the head of the 
Yang-pi valley. Lat 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

• 987. Leptocodon gracilis Hook. frJttJg&$£2& 

2 5 »30'N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. V Yunnan, September 1903. 
[Known, so far, from Sikkim only.] 

ariSr'BftfS^ * W&V ft. w. 

Yunnan, September 1905. 
989- Nerium odorum, Soland. Spreading tree ^ 20 ft Flowers 

rose-pink. Growing in a temple A f JJ u f T v YunnaIll 



rose-pink. Growing in a temple nearJiua- 
Teng Yuen road. Lat. 25 23' N. Alt. 8000 ft. 






September 1905. 






990- Scrophularia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. now. Erect Pj"*^ 1 Yl j eh ; 

Flowers green. Common inside the > cuy Alt 5000 ft. 

growing in shady places, very local. Lax. ^ 

W. Yunnan, October 1905. 
991. Vernonia esculenta, Hemsl. Spreading shrub °^ n to h ^ [des 



Flowers pale lavender, very ^^ 



on the divide between 
Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 5c 
1905. 



W 






QnrMHine shrub of 2 to 3 

992. Oxysporaserrulata.Diels Sp^ nov Spread ^ ^ 

ft. Flowers rose-red. Shady, moist oa ^ K 

on the Mekong-Yung-Chang-fu f'^^ 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 9 






* 



70 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

093. Hibiscus Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

yellow, base of petals deep maroon. Dry, open hillsides 
around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W-. 
Yunnan, October 1905. 

* 

994. Patrinia scabiosaefolia, Fisch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Dry, open 

situations around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 



ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 



995 



996. Satyrium nepalense, Don. Plant of 1 to i| ft. Flowers rose- 

pink, fragrant. Dry, open downs around Teng Yueh. Lat. 
25 N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 
(2 sheets.) 

997. Justicia procumbens, Linn. Procumbent plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rose-red. Dry, open, stony ground around Teng 
Yueh. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
October 1905. 

998. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers pale 

lavender. Dry, open downs around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

999. Impatiens chinensis, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rose- 

red. Moist, stony situations on the slopes of the Shuay-li 
valley, Talifu-Teng Yueh road. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 4000 to 
5000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1000. Impatiens arguta, Hook. f. et Thorns. Procumbent plant of 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers very pale rose-purple. Moist, boggy 
situations in woods near Chu-Tung on the Talifu-Teng 
Yueh road. Lat. 25 25" N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

1001. Impatiens corchorifolia, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

bright yellow. Moist, shady, yet open situations on the 
Talifu-Teng Yueh road, between Yang-pi and Yung-ping- 
Hsien. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
September 1905.. 

1002. Impatiens Forrestii, Hook. f. Sp. nov. Branched plant of 

1 to z\ ft. Flowers rose-red. Sides of streams and similar 
moist, shady situations on the Irrawadi-Ming-Kwong divide, 
also in the Irrawadi basin. Lat. 25 50' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. Upper Burmah, October 1905. 

1003. Impatiens clavicuspis, Hook. f. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to i| ft. 

Flowers almost black. Moist, shady situations in pine 
woods. Mountains of the divide between Yung-ping-Hsien 
and Mekong valleys. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1004. Impatiens clavicuspis, Hook, f . Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale yellow, tips of corolla purple. Shady, moist 
situations, divide between the Mekong and Yung Chang 
valleys on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 10' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1005. 



Numerical Catalogue 71 

ioou. Irapatiens clavicuspis, Hook. I Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers purple (pale), shading to yellowish-white at base ol 
corolla. 1 )ainp, shady places on the Ming-Kwong— Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Upper Burma 
and N.W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

1007. Plectranthus ternifolius, Don. Half shrubby plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale lavender. Dry, open hillsides, slopes of the 
Shuag-li valley, Talifu-Teiig Yueh road. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 
6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, Sept. 1905. 
[ = Elsholtzia Lychnitis, LevemetVani 
viii. p. 425 ; Plectranthus Hosseusii, Muschler, in tedde 
Report, iv. p. 268 (1907).]. 

1008. Cyanotis barbata, Don. Semi-procumbent plant of 6 to 9 

inches. Flowers bright blue. Moist grassy banks, slopes 
of the Shuag-li valley. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1009. Lobelia trigona, Roxb. Plant of 3 tc .6 inches. Flowers violet. 

Dry. stony situations around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 JV Alt. 
6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 



port 



Anemone 



Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

Lat. 



pink dT open stony situations around Teng Yueh. Lat. 
ft Ifr. 6 P noo to 70^0 ft. Probably escape from cultiva- 



25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 
tion. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

mimosoides 



tssia mimosoiaes, i—, Procumbent p ant o f 2 ft 

Flowers yellow. Dry, sandy stony places in the 1 eng Y ULft 
valley. Lat. 25° N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W, Yunnan, 
October 1905. 
ioiia. Osbeckia chinensis, Linn. Plant of 13 ; inches to 2 &«£« 

rose-red. Dry, open downs around Teng Yuen. i-ai. 3 



Alt. 6000 ft. W 



1012. 



ffiV5* igWSSA W^vJS Octo^ X905- 

ariscus Sieberianus Nee, Plant of ito2 \**ffi 

stony situations in the Teng Yu * vs ^ y ' 5 . 
au a™ ^ ^nn ft. W. Yunnan, Octobei 1905. 



M 



Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 



™ * ~t T 1 tn 9 ft Flowers yellow. 

1015. CW*J^«^WhJB^il*»«Vfc. ^ 25 » N. 



w 



t>i + f t to I 1 ft- Flowers 

1016. Carpesium cernuum, Linn. Plant o ^ q{ di 

yellowish-green. Moist plac es, sue has t 
fields, etc.? in the Teng Yueh vaUey. Lat. 25 

— Yunnan, October 1905. 

1017. Cyanotis barbata, Don Plant of 1 to 6 imches. J^ 1 * ^g 

I&, r««rssS5« * N - Alt - 

«nn to nooo ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905- 



to 6500 ft. W 



5500 to 6000 ft. 



72 Plantae Chinensis Forrestianae 

ioi8. Mazus macrocalyx, Bonati. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

lavender. Moist, grassy situations in the Teng Yueh valley. 
Lat. 25°N. Alt. 5500 to 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

1019. Monochorea hastaefolia, Presl. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

deep blue. Growing in ponds and ditches and cultivated 
by the Chinese for the root, a rhizoma. Teng Yueh valley. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5500 ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

1020. Lycoris aurea, Herb. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. Flowers 

deep yellow. Open scrubby situations on broken lava beds 
to the S. W. of Teng Yueh-Ting. Lat. 24 50' N. Alt. 5000 
ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

1021. Leucas ciliata, Benth. Plant of 1 to i| ft. Flowers yellowish- 

white. Dry, open situations around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

1022. Anaphalis adnata, DC. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white. Dry. 

open hillsides amongst scrub around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, October 1905. 

1023. Clerodendron foetidum, Bge. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

crimson. Shady situations in woods, etc. Teng Yueh 
valley. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
October 1905. 

1024. Dicliptera Roxburghiana, Nees. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

rose-pink. Slopes of the Salwin. near the bridge, in shady 
woods. Tahfu-Teng Yueh road. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 2700 
ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1025. 

1026. Justicia procumbens, Linn. Semi-procumbent plant of 3 to 

1 mC xlu *?<> w ers magenta-rose. Dry, open situations, 
slopes of the Salwin valley on the Talifu-Teng Yueh road. Lat. 
25 M. Alt. 3000 to 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1027. Luculia gratissima, Sweet. Spreading shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Dimorphic. Flowers pale pink, very fragrant. Dry hill- 
sides amongst scrub valley of the Salwin between Hsia- 
Ku-Ti and Ya-Ko Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1028. Miscanthus nepalensis (Trim), Hack. Plant of 4 to 8 ft. 

Shady dry situations on the edges of pine woods, on the 

3£? N dge AH S l W " Sfe g*fr*»?** divide. Lat. 



26 30' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. N.W 



1905 
Mallotu 



Shrub 



at Chun SSftl'Pf^- ^ S1 " tUati0nS amon g*t «£ 

at Chun-ka on the Sal™ valley Sal wi ,-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 



26°i5'N. Alt 
1906. 



N.W. Yunnan, November 







1030. 



1 



Numerical Catalogue 7 

1031. Senecio Oldhamianus, Maxim. Plant of 1 to U ft. Flowers 

bright yellow. Moist, grassy situations in the "valley of the 
Salwin valley between Mo-cho and Pei-Pa, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. about 26 15' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

1032. Liparis longipes, Lindl. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers orange 

and dirty white. Faintly fragrant. Dry ledges of cliffs 
on the Salwin, near La-To-Wa-Di, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. 
Lat. 26 35' N. Alt. 3000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November, 
1905. 

1033. Polygonum Blumei, Meissn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

rose-red. Moist grassy situations. Slopes of the Shuag-li 
valley, Talifu-Teng Yueh road. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 4000 to 
5000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1034. Fern- Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Dry. shady situations, banks 

of the Salwin below Lu-chang, Salwin valley, Salwin- 
Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 5' N. Alt. 3000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

1035. Plectranthus Labordei (Vaniot), Diels. Plant of 18 to 20 

inches. Flowers dirty yellow. Dry, grassy hills around 
Lu-chang, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 
26 N. Alt. 3000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 



Mallotus 



Tree of 20 to 40 ft. Open 



situations on the western slopes of the Shuag-li-Salwin 
divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905. 

1037. Symplocos spicata, Roxb., var. malasica, Clarke. Compact 

shrub of 5 to 9 ft. Flowers creamy yellow, fragrant. Dry, 
open situations on the Shuag-li-Salwin divide. Lat. 25 is. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1038. Oxyspora paniculata, DC. Spreading shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Flowers rose-red. Dry, open situations on the bnuag-n- 
Salwin divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

1039. Gynura angulosa, DC. Plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers bright 

orange. Damp shady situations on the ^^f^" 
divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 4000 to 5000 ft. W. Yunnan, 

September 1905. 

*°4o. Microtaena Delavayi, Prain. Plant of 4 to 8 '& J* ™* 

yellowish, with a bright rose blotch on upper segment. Dry, 
shady situations on the eastern slope of the Salwin valley, 
Talifu-Teng Yueh road. Lat2 5 °N. Alt. 4000 to 5000. VV. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

a*. Deeringia celosioides, R. Br. Half climbing shrub ofio to aj 

ft. Flowers white. Damp, shady si uat o* on to e ^ 



of pine woods, etc. Summit of the aiviue " 
Yung-ping and Mekong valleys. Lat. 25 20 in. 
to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 



Alt 



74 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

1042. Desmodium hispidum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

yellow. ^ Dry, open situations in the Yung Chang valley. Lat. 
25 5' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1043. Plectranthus ternifolius, D. Don. Shrubby plant of 4 to 7 ft. 

Flowers pale lavender. Dry, open situations, slopes of the 
Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, north of Ya-Ko. Lat. 
26 30' N. Alt. 5000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 



1905. 



Wall 



Plant 



of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers yellowish-green. Moist, shady 
situations, side valleys of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide, Lu-chang to Pei-Pa. Lat. 26 to 26 15' N. Alt. 
5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1045. Clematis Buchananiana, DC. Climber of 12 to 20 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow, faintly fragrant. On scrub in shady situations, 
side valleys of the Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide, Lu-chang 
to Pei-Pa. Lat. 26 to 26 15' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

1046. Rubus lineatus, Reinw., var. angustifolius, Hook. f. Spread- 

ing shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers white. Damp, shady situa- 
tions in the Ku-Tan-Ho valley, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irra- 
wadi divide. Lat. 25 55' N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. N.W. 
Yunnan, November 1905. 

1047. Ranunculus japonicus, Langsd. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow. Moist, open situations on the hills 
around Teng Yueh. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. W. 
Yunnan, October 1905. 

1048. Gentiana rigescens, Franch. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

rich violet-purple. On open downs around Teng Yueh. Lat. 
25 N. Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1049. Halenia elliptica D. Don var. grandiflora, Hemsl. Plant 

T^Y„T t F i° We o r xT Pale . blue - °P en > dr Y downs around 
N^embe^ 1 - 25 N ' Alt ' ^ooo to 7000 fl W.Yunnan, 

1050. ^Perus pilosus Vahl. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Moist, open situa- 

tions on the hills around Teng Yueh Lat 2V N Alt 
6ooo to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, November 1905. 5 

I051 ' X 1SK? ^Dfv SC . h - Bil \ P l ant 0f 2 to 4 ft. Flowers reddish- 

Yue 1 L S y ^°o P v "**«?» on the hi »* around Teng 

Septembefi 9 o5 5 °°° *° 7 °°° * W " Yunnan ' 

I052 ' Ml ^^ n XZ m ^^ M^Toc^thal ^ £ 3 * 



40' N. Alt 



^t „ T3Ji S^ -Lat. 25 

W 



1053. Rhinacanthus Beesianus, Diels. Sp. nov Plant of s to < ft 



Numerical Catalogue 75 

1054. Circaea mollis, Sieb. et Zucc. Plants of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

white, Moist situations, such as sides of streams, etc. 
Eastern slopes of the Tsan-Shan range west of Talifu, Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
September 1905. 

1055. Cuscuta reflexa, Roxb. Parasitical plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

pale yellow, fragrant. On mountain scrub, eastern slopes 
of the Tsan-Shan range, west of Talifu, Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' X. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905. 

1056. Asclepias curassavica, Linn. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

orange and carmine. Dry, shady situations on the eastern 
slopes of the Salwin valley, where the Teng Yueh-Talifu 
road crosses. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 4000 to 5000 ft. W. Yun- 
nan, September 1905. 

1057. Gentiana stylophora, Clarke. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow, veined maroon. Open, grassy hill-land, 
! summit of Mekong Yung-Chang divide. Lat. 25 15' N. 

Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

[This handsome species is more variable in Yunnan than 
j in India. The sepals and petals in Xo. 1057 are very acute 

and the leaves narrower.] 

1058. Pueraria peduncularis, Grah., var. violacea, Franch. Plant 

of 15 to 30 ft. Flowers purplish-blue. Moist, shady situa- 
tions on scrub and trees, Teng Yueh-Talifu road, south 
end of the Yung-Chang-fu valley. Lat. 25 5' N. Alt. 
6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1059. Crotalaria capitata, Benth. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

deep blue. Open grassland on summit of Mekong- ^Yung- 
Chang divide. Lat. 25 15' X. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

1060. Polygonum rude, Meissn. Plant of 6 to 10 ft. F1 ^ s 

yellowish-white. Shady situations on the Teng Yuen- 
Talifu road, south of Yung-Chang-fu. Lat. 25 5 *• **- 






7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905 

1061. Clematis urophylla, Franch. Climber of 10 to 15 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. On scrub and undergrowth in moist, 
fhady s/uations in .the Ku-Tan-Ho valley, Salwin. valley, 



Salwin- Irrawadi divide. Lat. 25 55' ". 
8000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 



Plant of 2 to 4 



lvik. /inapnaiis margantacea, dcuui. ^ * — -• - w , sloDes 

ft Flowers white. Boggy, barren moorland- ^ st |™K. 
of the Tsan-Shan range, on the Yang-Pi Pass Lat, 25 40 « 
Alt. 9000 to ro,ooo ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1063. Leycesteria glaucophylla, Hook f. Jf«^J2££g 

shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers X^^^t' Salwin 'valley, 
situations amongst scrub, Ku-Tan-Hc valley, ^ ^ ^ 



Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 25 55 
7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 



7 6 Plantae Chinensis Forrestianae 

1064. Polygonum auriculatum, Meissn. Plant of if to 3 ft. Flowers 

pink or white. Moist, shady situations, western slopes of 
the Tsan-Shan range, near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1065. Embelia floribunda, Wall. Spreading shrub of 6 to 9 ft. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Moist, shady, jungly situations 
m the Ku-Tan-Ho valley, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi 
divide. Lat. 25 55' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. N.W. Yun- 
nan, November 1905. 

1066. Adenophora diplodonta, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to ij ft. 

Flowers bright blue. Dry, open, grassy situations, Mekong 
valley near Fu-mo-Ti, Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 27 N. 
Alt. 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1067. Prunus Puddum, Roxb. Tree of 20 to 40 ft. Flowers rose- 

pink. Dry, open, rocky situations on slopes of the Salwin 
valley Salwin- Irrawadi divide, between Pei-Pa and Mo-cho. 
Lat. 26 to 26 15' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
December 1905. 

1068. Teucrium quadrifarium, Ham. Plant of 1 to 2A ft. Flowers 

rose-lilac Dry open grassland by the Salwin, near La-Fo- 
Wa-Di, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 40' N Alt 
about 3000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1069. AgfPetes Bulleyana, Diels. Sp. nov. Spreading shrub of 

Iw; Flowers greenish-yellow. Dry, rocky, shady 

T 1 1 ico S 5 * v e Ku - Ta n-Ho valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide 

December 5 ^ ^ 7 °°° t0 9 °°° * N ' W ' Yunnan > 

1070. Ficua • mifomis , Hook, et Am., var. ischnopoda, King. Shrub 

Snhvin 7 qIV • T° 1St ' r °, Cky situati °ns on the banks of the 
27° ,' N S ^ ln - Irra y a di divide near Ku-To-Ho. Lat. 

durL rains NW V Below ^igh-water mark, and covered 
uuring rains. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1071. Euonymus lanceifolia, Loes. Tree of 30 to 50 ft Open 

situations by sides of streams im +k~ ™- t^ vycu 

near Pei-Sha Lat 2V Tr? v ln . .^e Ming-Kwong valley, 

Yunnan. December I9 o 5 . 5 N " **" 6 °° t0 7 000 ft W ' 

I072 ' "aSSA *£*?■ C ° m P act shrub of 10 to 30 ft Forming 

T&^J^^^ Mj^Kwonl JSnaJSa 

Yunnan, December 1905 Alt. 6o 00 to 7000 ft. W. 

W lfc^?^L F - J ^ y ' i Sp - n0V - Pl-t of 1 to 21 ft. 
from the Lu ^Do^PasT'tn^Q ?^ SltUations on the Ascent 
Lat about 27° N Alt Ln t^' Me ^ n ^ Salwin divide. 
November 1905. Alt 8 °oo to 9000 ft. N.W.Yunnan, 

1074. L^^^mmunis, Hemsl. Spreading shrub of 15 to 25 ft 

Alt. 6000 to 7000 It. W. Yunnan TW *l._ _.: ^ 2 $ ^' 



1073 



Numerical Catalogue jm 



1075. Walsu 



•a tnjuga (Koxb.), Harms. Tree of 25 to 35 ft. Fruit 
scarlet. Shady, moist situations by side of stream. Side 
valley of the Salwin, near Ya-Ko, Salwin valley, Salwin- 
Trrawadi divide. Lat. 26 30' X. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 

N.W. Yunnan. November Tons 



1076. Buddleia brachystachya, Diels. Sp. nov. Dwarf shrub of 

12 to 18 inches. Flowers lavender colour and fragrant. 
In dry, exposed situations amongst rocks, on the descent 
from the Lu-po Pass to the Salwin, Mekong-Salwin divide. 
Lat. about 27 N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

1077. Tanacetum myrianthum, Franch. Branched plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale yellow. Whole plant aromatic and viscid, 
Dry, open situations in pine woods on the Lu-pa Pass. 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. about 27 N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1078. Saussurea deltoidea, C.B. Clarke. Erect plant of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers pale purple. Dry, open situations, north of Ya-Ko 
ridge, Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 35' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1079. Artemisia vestita, Wall. Plant of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers brownish- 
yellow. Whole plant aromatic. Dry, open hillsides in the 
Mekong valley, near Fu-mo-Ti, Mekong-Salwin divide. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
November 1905. 

1080. Aneilema divergens, Clarke. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

pale rose-lilac. In dry pine woods near Tien-Ching-pu, on 
the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 8000 ft. 
W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

[Leaves more hairy than in the type ; flowers paler 
coloured.] 

108 1. Gordonia anomala, Spreng. Tree of 40 to 100 ft. Flowers 

pure white. Shady situations in the Ku-Tan-Ho valley, 
Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 25 50' Is. 
Alt. 6000 to 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, December 1905. 

1082. Flemingia congesta, Roxb. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

greenish-pink. Dry, open hill-land on the western slopes ot 



the Tsan-Shan range near head of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1083. Polygonum orientals Linn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft- ^^P^ 

Dry, open, stony ground in the Ku-Tan-Ho valley, Sal\\ in 
valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 25 50 «. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, December 1905. 

I °8 4 . Senecio clivorum, Maxim. Plant of 2 to 4ft Flowers bright 

orange. Dr V , open situations on the divide between tne 
Yung-ping-Hsien and Mekong valleys. Lat. 25 20 «. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 






78 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

1085. Trevesia palmata, Vis. Leaf of a shrub which grows plenti- 
fully in the Salwin valley in warm, almost tropical, shady 
situations. Erect, not branched, 3 to 6 ft. Flowers un- 
known. Lat. 26 50' N. to 27 N. Alt. 2500 to 3000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1086. 

1087. Solanum verbascifolium, Linn. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers white. In dense thickets on the banks of the Salwin, 
near Chongwa. Lat. 26 45' N. Salwin-Irrawadi divide. 
Alt. 3000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1088. Euonymus cornuta, Hemsl. Spreading shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Fruit and capsule bright scarlet. Shady, rocky situations 
in pine woods on the. slopes of the Salwin-Irrawadi divide, 
Ku-Tan-Ho valley. Lat. about 26 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

I am almost certain I had specimens of this amongst the 
collection I lost at Tsekou. If the same, the flowers are 
deep brownish-purple maroon. Same situations in the 
Sujong valley, Mekong-Sal win divide. 

1089. Inula nervosa, Wall. Straggling plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

pale lilac or white. Dry situations, edges of pine woods, etc. 
Divide between the Yung-ping-Hsien and Mekong valleys. 
Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905. 

1090. Crotalaria sessiliflora, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

lavender-blue. Moist, shady, sandy situations, western 
slopes of the Salwin valley on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1091. Dendrobium Bulleyi, Rolfe. Sp. nov. Plant of 10 to 12 inches. 

Flowers, sepals and petals yellowish-white, labellum reddish- 
orange, veined darker. On dry, shady banks in pine woods 
near Tien-Chmg-pu on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 
25 30' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 
1905- 

1092. Sonerila tenera, R. Br. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

rose-red. On moist, sandy banks, western slopes of the 
Salwin valley, on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

[This station is the first to be recorded between Burma 
and the province of Kwang-tung.] 

1093- Justida procumbens, Linn. Semi-procumbent plant of 6 to 18 

inches Flowers rose-lilac. In dry pine woods on the 
divide between the Yung-ping-Hsien valley and that of the 
Mekong, Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 
8000 ft. W. Yunnan. September 1905. 

1094. Zizyphus Jujuba, Lam. Shrub of 15 to 20 ft Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Shady woods on the western slopes of the 
Mekong valley, on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 






15' N. Alt 



W. Yunnan, September 1905 



Numerical Catalogue 



79 






1095. Symplocos spicata, Roxb., var. malasica, Clarke. Compact 

shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers yellowish-white, fragrant. Dry, 
stony hillsides near Chii-Tung on the Teng Yueh-Talifu 
road. Lat. 25 25' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, 
September 1905. 

1096. Vitex Negundo, Linn. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers pale blue. 

Shady woods in the Salwin valley near the bridge on the 
Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 2500 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

1097. Sopubia trifida, Ham. Plant of i \ to 2 ft. Flowers pale orange- 

yellow. Amongst grass and scrub in dry situations near 
Chii-Tung, on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 25' N. 
Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1098. Barleria cristata, Linn. Plant of 4 to 7 ft. Flowers bright 

lavender-blue. Moist, shady situation in the Salwin valley, 
near bridge on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 2500 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1099. Cardamine hirsuta, Linn. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, open, stony situations around Teng Yueh. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5500 ft. W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1 1 10. Jussieua sufifruticosa, Linn. Branched plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers yellow-orange. Moist, shady situations in the 
Salwin valley, near bridge on the Teng Yueh-Talifu road. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 2500 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

hoi. Aconitum venatorium, Diels. Sp.nov Fragments of a plant 

collected and brought in by a Lissoo boy. Habitat, head ot 
Ming-Kwong valley in pine woods ? Not likely to oe a 
cultivated specimen in such a country, which is very wild. 
Teng Yueh, January 1906. 

1102. Vicia unijuga, A. Br. Plant of ij to 4 ft. Flowers ,P^ph s h- 

blue. Moist, shady situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
slopes of the Tsaishan range, west of Tahfu Tab; alley . 



tember 1905. 



Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 



W 



1103. Swertia cordata, Wall. Plant of 1* to 2 ft *£"» * e. 

Moist, open situations around Lu-chang valley of the bahvin. 
Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 4000 to 5000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1104. Impatiens pinetorum, Hook. f. Sp. nov. ^*^ n t ° 1 ^ 

Flowers yellowish-white, with a spot of crimson on lower 
1 lobe. Very moist situations in pine woods on the leng 



Yueh-Talifu road, near Shiu-Chai. Lat. 25 15 



7000 to 8000 ft. W 



T 



!05 



Plant of 1 to 3 £.*£"« 



Senecio asperifolius, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 t ^ 

yellow, bpen, grassy ha ^Isides, vaUevof £e ^™ mman> 






Lu-Chang. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 4000 to 6000 ft 
November 1905. 



80 Plantae Chinensis Forrestiaxae 

1106. Tribulus terrestris, Linn. Procumbent plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Dry, open downs on the descent of the 
Salwin river, Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 
3000 to 4000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1107. Pieris ovalifolia, D. Don. Shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Amongst oak 

scrub in dry situations, valley of the Salwin around Lu- 
chang, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 N. Alt. 4000 to 



6000 ft. N.W 



1108. 



1 109. Carapanumoea javanica, Blume. Climber of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow, veined maroon. Base of corolla deep 
maroon. On grass and under scrub in open exposed situa- 
tions near Chu Tung on the Teng- Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 
25' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1 1 10. Vinca rosea, Linn. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. Flowers rose- 

pink. In a temple on the hills between the Mekong valley 
and Yung-Chang- fu, Teng Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 10' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. W. Yunnan, September 1905. 

1 in. Ipomoea caloxantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Creeping plant of 3 

to 10 ft. Flowers bright yellow. On dry, exposed, rocky 
situations, valley of the Mekong at the crossing of the Teng 
Yueh-Talifu road. Lat. 25 18' N. Alt, 4200 ft. W. 
Yunnan, September 1905. 

1 1 12. Indigofera sp. Salwin valley, near bridge on Teng Yueh- 

Talifu road. September 1905. 

1113. Ficus silhetensis, Miq. Salwin valley, near bridge on Teng 

Yueh-Talifu road. September 1905. 

1 1 14. Conyza stricta, Willd. Salwin valley, near bridge on Teng 

Yueh-Talifu road. September 1905. 

1115. Begonia sp. An B. Josephi, A. DC. ? Salwin valley, near 

bridge on Teng Yueh-Talifu road. September 1905. 

1116. Coix Lachryma-Jobi, Linn. From the Salwin valley, near 

bridge on Teng Yueh-Talifu road. September 1905. 

1 1 17. Cirrhopetalum amplifolium, Rolfe. Sp nov. Erect plant 

(epiphyte) of 12 to 15 inches. Shady situation on trees, 
banks of the Salwin, N. of Ya-Ko. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 
3000 ft. N. W. Yunnan, November 1905. 

1 1 18. Desmodium Scalpe, DC. Valley of the Mekong, Teng Yueh- 

Talifu route, elevation 6000 to 8000 ft. Shady, moist situa- 
tions. Flowers pink, height of plant 18 inches to 3 ft. 
Yunnan, September 1904. 

1 1 19. Shuteria involucrata, W. and A. Shrubby and rocky ground 

in pine woods on hills, N.W. of Yunnanfu. Elevation 8000 ft. 
Yunnan. February 1905. 

1 120. Lotus corniculatus, Linn. Dry hill pastureland around 

Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6500 ft. February 1905. 
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1121. Caragana Franchetiana, Komarow. Mekong-Salwin divide 

behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

1122. Gueldenstaedtia yunnanensis, Franch. Sandy hill pasture - 

land north of Tsu-hsiong-fu. Elevation 6500 ft. Yunnan, 
March 1905. 

1123. Caragana Franchetiana, Komarow. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers yellow. On scrubby hillsides, head of Chien Chuan 
valley. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. Yunnan, 1904. 

1124. Dumasia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. now Amongst scrub in the 

Mekong and Wei Hsi valleys. Lat. 27 to 28 N. Alt. 7000 
to 9000 ft. October 1904. N.W. Yunnan and S.E. Tibet. 



1125. Euonymus linearifolia, Franch. Shady situations m dense 

pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang peak. Lat. 
27 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1904. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

1126. Sophora viciifolia, Hance. Scrub of 3 to 8 ft. Dry, open 

situations in most valleys from Talifu to Yunnanfu. Lat. 
25 to 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. January 1905. 
S.W. Yunnan. 

1127. Astragalus brachycephalus, Franch. Prostrate plant of 1 

to 2 ft. Flowers dull purple. Dry, grassy situations on the 
hills to the north of Yunnanfu. Lat. 25 10 N. Alt. 7000 
to 8000 ft. February 1905. S.W. Yunnan. 

1128. Shuteria anomala, Pampanini. Valley of the Mekong, . Teng 

Yueh-Talifu route. Elevation 5000 to 6000 ft. blowers 
purple. Yunnan, September 1904. 

[The calyx is hairy, not glabrous, as in the type ' specimen 
(leg. Maire, Herb. Bonati, No. 178). Allied to S.ferruginea, 
Baker, of Nepal.] 

1129. Gentiana Clarkei, Kusnezow. Without locality. 

1130. Pedicularis labellata, Jacq. Pass between Teng ' Chuan and 

Sung Kwei valleys. Moist, rocky places. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. Flowers crimson. September 1904. 

1131. Pedicularis labellata, Jacq. Marshy ground, margins of lake 

north of Chung Tien. Alt. 13,000 ft. 1904- 

1132. Pedicularis longiflora, Rudolph. Marshy ground on bord lers 

of a large lake 8 to 9 miles north of Chung Tien. Alt. n,»oo 
ft. Flowers bright orange. September 1904. 
"33- Pedicularis siphonantha, Don Marshy ground on bontersof 

a large lake north of Chung Tien. Alt. 11,800 ft. now 
red. September 1904. 

"34- Pedicularis gruina, Franch. Moist plac esk^^^*^ 

of Talifu. Alt. 7000 to 11,000 ft. September 1904. 

*I35. Pedicularis gyrorhyncha, Franch. Plant ofito4i t^ggS 

yellow. Common in most marshy woods up to an elevatio 
9000 ft. September 1904. 
"36. Pedicularis comptoniaefolia, Franch. Mekong-Salwin divide, 

behind Tsekou Mission. Tibet, 1904. 

Notes R.B.G., Edin., No. XXXII, July 1912. 



82 Plantae Chinenses Forrestiaxae 



i i 37. Pedicularis rex, Clarke. Plants from 1 to 5 ft. Flowers 

yellow. In moist situations in most valleys. Alt. 6000 to 
ii.ooo ft. September 1904. 

1 138. Pedicularis likiangensis, Franch. Flowers crimson. Marshy 

ground, margin of lake north of Chung Tien. Alt. 13,000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, 1904. 

1139- Saxifraga strigosa, Wall. Near Sung Kusi, Yunnan. Alt. 

12,000 ft. November 1904. 

1140. Saxifraga Balfourii, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. now Near Sung 

Kusi, Yunnan. Alt. 12,000 ft. November 1904. 

1141. Saxifraga filicaulis, Wall. Near Sung Kusi, Yunnan. Alt. 

12,000 ft. November 1904. 

1 142. Dendrobium clavatum, Wall. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers deep orange, fleshy, non-fragrant. Crevices of 



perpendicular cliffs, Mekong valley. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 
5000 to 6000 ft. Yunnan, June 1905. 

1143- Craibiodendron Forrestii, W. W. Smith. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

6 to 12 ft. Amongst scrub in open situations in the Salwin 
valley. Lat. 26 12' N. Alt. 3000 to 3500 ft. November 
1905. 

1144- Congea tomentosa, Roxb. Scandent shrub of 15 to 30 ft. 

Flowers deep magenta-crimson, bracts a lighter shade of same. 

Forming dense conspicuous masses on' the margins of forests 

m moist, open situations on the slopes of the valley of the 

Taipmg Ho. Upper Burmah. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 800 ft. 
January 1907. 

1145-1800. 

1801. Primula denticulata, Smith. Plant of 5 to 9 inches. Flowers 

lavender-blue, eye yellow, fragrant. Moist, open pasture- 
land by sides of streams on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat 25° 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. April- 
May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1802. Primula malacoides, Franch. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

rose-lavender, eye orange, fragrant. Dry and moist, open and 
shady situations in the Talifu valley. Lat. 2 s 40' N. Alt. 
ChSa 7 °°° September-October 1906. W. Yunnan, 

1803. Primula bella, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2* inches. Flowers pale 

rose eye greenish-white, faintly fragrant. Dry, shady 
sit ations on cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 

IttemSr ge x 9 o6 Lat - * 5 4 °' * *' *ooo to 10,000 ft. 

1804. Primula delicatula, Dunn. Norn nov.-P. delicata, G. Forrest, 

LI' f et ; tm ' P^nt of 1 to 2 inches. Flowers deep blue. 
T »7* £ Vi> ■ v tl01 ?i ° n the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
W Yunnan* rL^ 10 »» to »'°°° * August 1906- 



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1805. Primula taliensis, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 inches 

Flowers white or very pale blue. Open, stony pasture-land 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N Alt 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, China! 

1806. Primula amethystina, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers deep purplish-blue, fragrant. Moist, open mountain 
meadows near, and on the summit of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September-October 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

1806A. Primula sp. Erect plant of 3 inches. Flowers semi-pendulous, 

rose-blue, faintly fragrant ; open, damp mountain pasture- 
land on the Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. if 28' N. Alt. 
14,000 to 16,000 ft. July-August 1905. S.E. Tibet. 

1807. Primula spicata, Franch. A slender plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers bright blue, faintly fragrant. Dry, rocky slopes and 
on ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. September- 
October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1808. Primula sonchifolia, Franch. — P. gratissima, G. Forrest, in 

Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv. p. 219. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. 
Flowers light or dark blue, eye and tube green. Moist, shady 
situations by sides of streams in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1809. Primula membranifolia, Franch.— P. longitaba, G. Forrest, in 

Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. p. 226. Plant of i£ to 2.\ 
inches. Flowers bluish-rose, eye and tube green, fragrant. 
Moist, shady situations on moss-covered rocks and cliffs in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1810. Androsace Chamaejasme, Host. Tufted plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers pale rose, eye a deeper shade. Dry, exposed situa- 
tions amongst rocks on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. 

iSn. Primula septemloba, Franch. Plant of 8 to 18 inches. Flowers 

deep purplish-rose, fragrant. Moist, shady situations amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 



China. 

Primula 



■P. gratissima, G. 






lmiua soncniloiia, .rrancn., var. aiumuia.— * . b r^^.~, -• 
Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. p. 219. Plant ot 
2 to 4 inches. Flowers pure white, eye orange. Open 
mountain meadows on the edge of the snow-line near tne 
summit of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 13,000 ft. 
June 1906. W, Yunnan, China. 

Primula bella, Franch. Plant of t| to 2 inches. Flowers deep 
bluish-rose, eye white. On exposed rocks and ledges t oi 
cliffs near the summit of the eastern flank of the Tali Kangt. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. August 1900. 
W. Yunnan, China. 



§4 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

1814. Primula coerulea, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers rich purplish-blue, eye and tube yellowish-green. 
Open, exposed situations on rocks in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1815. Primula Listen, King. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers from 

. rose-lavender to white according to situation ; faintly- 
fragrant. On moist, moss-covered ledges of cliffs, open or 
shady situations, in the side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. April- 
May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1816. Primula serratifolia, Franch, nee ex Pax Monogr— P. biserrata, 

G. Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. p. 230. Plant 
of 7 to 14 inches. Flowers pale yellow, with the centre of 
each petal marked orange, faintly fragrant. Open situa- 
tions on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1817. Primula yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers 

rose-pink, faintly fragrant. Dry, open situations on bare 

slopes on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 

Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

1818. Primula pseudo-denticulata, Pax.— P. farinosa, Linn, ex G. 

Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. p. 223. Plant of 
4 to 12 inches. Flowers pale rose, eye orange. Moist, open 
situations along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. April-May 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1819. Primula angustidens, Pax.— P. Poissonii, Franch. ex G. 

Forrest, m Notes, Roy. Bot, Gard. Edin. iv. p. 231. Plant of 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers deep purplish-crimson, eye orange, faintly 
fragrant. Open, boggy meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1820. Primula calliantha, Franch.— P. nivalis, Pallas, var. macrophylla 

(Don), Pax, ex G. Forrest in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. 
p. 227. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Corolla deep rose-lavender, 
eye and tube green, thick and fleshy ; fragrant. Moist, open 
situations on mountain meadows on the summit of the Tali 
Range. Lat 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Sep- 
tember-October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. G. Forrest. 

1821-1852. 

1853. Diapensia Bulleyana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Dwarf shrub of 

2 to 4 inches. Flowers canary yellow. Exposed situations 
on ledges of cliffs and humus- covered boulders on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1854-1870. 

1871. Neillia gracilis, Franch. Moist, open, grassy situations in pine 

woods at base of flank of range to N.W. of Ho Shui. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 85 

1872. Lychnis Senno, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

rich magenta rose. Dry, open situations at the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 
to 8000 ft. October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1873. Arenaria Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white, anthers violet. Dry mountain pasture-land on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Millettia 



Sp. nov. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 



Flowers pale creamy-rose. Dry, open situations along the 

Lat. 25 40' N. 



eastern 



Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



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1876. Boottia yunnanensis, Gagnep. Aquatic plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers white, stamens and anthers orange. In clear running 
streams and ditches along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1877. Trapa natans, Linn. Aquatic plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers white. 

Ponds and ditches around Talifu in the Tali valley, and 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

1878. Monochoria vaginalis, Presl., var. plantaginea, Solms. Tali 



Range. W. Yunnan, China. 



Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 14 



iranium candicans, R. Knuth. sp. nov. rwui ui y - ^ 

inches. Flowers pure white, anthers dark crimson Open, 
grassy situations in pine forests on the eastern flank ot the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25*40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 

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1. Arenaria napuligera, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches Flowers 

white, anthers violet. Ledges and crevices of cliffs in sine 

valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat .25 40 

N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 



China. 



^82. Plumb 



umbago zeylanica, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. ^ v ^ N 

Dry, open situations in the Salwm valley. Lat 25 in. 
Alt. 4000 to 5000 ft. December 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

Aquatic plant of 2 to 6 ft. 



nthemum 



uinanmemum inaicum, inw. ~*" IT. r T«K riiain Tat 

Flowers white. Ponds and ditches on the Tahplam. Lat. 

25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. September-October 190b. 

Aquatic plant of 4 to u 8 
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inches. Flowers watery white. Ponds pitches on t 
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1885. Salvinia sp. Aquatic plant of 2 to 3 inches. Interior of 

leaves bright purple, exterior green. Ponds and ditches 
on the Tali plain. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

1886. Potamogeton Tepperi, A. Benn. Aquatic plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers greenish-white. Ponds and ditches on the Tali 
plain. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-August 



1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



My 



Aquatic plant of 2 to 3 ft. 



Flowers green. Ponds, ditches, and streams on the Tali plain. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-August 1906. 

W. Yunnan, China. 

1888. Alisma Plantago, Linn. Aquatic plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers white. Ponds and ditches on the Tali plain. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. August-September 1906. 

W. Yunnan. China. 



Limnanthemum 



Aquatic plant of 1 to 



2 ft. Flowers orange yellow. Ponds and ditches on the Tali 
plain. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1890. Cautleya lutea, Royle. Plant of 16 to 20 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Grassy, shady situations in, and on the margins of, 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

1891. Lilium Brownii, Mielle. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers thick and 

fleshy, white, tinged greenish-brown on exterior, base of 
interior greenish-yellow; strongly fragrant. Grassy, open 
ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 



25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. W 
Yunnan, China. 

1892. Lloydia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers yellow, base of perianth orange. Open, grassy 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40 N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 1906. 



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Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers fleshy, 



pale greenish-yellow, spotted crimson on interior, fragrant. 

c Ty L ° p £ n sltlultions amongst boulders on the eastern flank 
of the Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1894. Lilium giganteum, Wall. Plant of 3 to 8 ft. Flowers thick, 

tleshy, white with a few crimson markings on interior, fragrant. 
Moist, open, or shady situations in side valleys on the eastern 
hank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

1895. Iris Delavayi, Micheli. Plant of 2 to 2 J ft. Flowers bright 

purplish-blue. Boggy, open mountain pasture-land on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 

to 10,500 ft. July-August iqo6. W. Yunnan China. 









Numerical Catalogue 87 

1806. Hemerocallis fulva, Linn., var. angustifolia, Baker. Plant of 

i to 2 ft. Flowers orange. Ledges and crevices of cliffs in 



side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

1897. Juncus crassistylus, Camus. Plant of 14 to 20 inches. Flowers 

pale green. Open, dry situations amongst boulders on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25; 40' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. July 1906. . W. Yunnan, China. 

1898. Iris japonica, Thunb. Plant of 1 to 2 ft Flowers white 

transparent! Grassy situations in and on the margins of pine 
foresfs on the eastern flank of the WhR-g. Lat 2, 40 N 



Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. J 



China. 



(Wall 



Plant of 8 to 12 inches. 



flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 10,000 
11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



1900. Polygonum 



Plant of 2 to 



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>iygonum spnaerosw<-uy ^ ^™ _ t 

7 inches. Flowers rose-pmk, anthers violet. ^ J' R J 1 
open pasture-land on the eastern flank of the Tali Range 
Lat. 25 to 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. beptemoe 

1906. W. Yunnan. are 

[This plant is very variable m this ie b ion. 1 

acute or rounded at the base, variable in th >JW^ 
hairiness, the spikes cylindrical or in small sp cimemn ^y 
globular, the flowers deep rose or 1°*-?™*-** species.] 
some of these forms may prove to be constant rac.s sp 

1907 ' « i c~ ««tt Semi-procumbent plant 

1908. Rubus hypopitys, Focke. pp. nov. ^ P west 

of 1 to 2 ft. Damp, shady sltua ^ n V en g-Yueh-Talifu road, 
slopes of the Mekong valley on the ; ltiig b I905 . 

Lat 25 15' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft- ^epie 
W. Yunnan. 

I9 ° 9 ~ 1949 ' u pw of - to 9 inches. 

1950. Meconopsis lancifolia, Franch. ^ situations in side 

Flower's pale pursue. ^n^sys Lat.2 5 *4o'> 



Flowers pale purplish- blue, up^, &— ' 
valleys on the eastern flank of the jTah Range. 



Alt 11,000 ft. J 



1951-1998. 



Plant of 3 t0 6 

mountain 



1999. Meconopsis Henna, bur. etri<mc«., fet ton> . 

inches. Flowers deep purplish- blue. 1 ^ Range> Lat . 



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W. Yu 



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2001. 



esaipinia japonica, Sieb. e L ^ucc. the mar gms of 

Flows bright yellow, ^ry, stonv grouna ^ T hfu 

woods and thickets on the tow divide^ ^ ^ tQ gooo 
and Teng Chuan-cho valleys, ta t. *> 
ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



S8 Plaxtae Chixenses Forrestianae 



2002. Melia Azedarach, Linn. Tree of 40 to 60 ft. Limb of corolla 

pure white or lilac white, tube deep purplish lilac, fragrant. 
Flowers expand before foliage is fully developed. Open, 
dry situations, north end of the Tali valley, also Teng-chuan 
and Lang-Kung valleys. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 6500 to 8000 ft. 
. April 1906. N. W. Yunnan, China. 

2003. Lonicera Maackii, Rupr., f. podocarpa, Franch. Spreading 

shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers pale yellow, non-fragrant, fruit 

crimson. Dry, open situations on the margins of thickets, Tali, 

Teng-chuan, Lang-Kong, and Lichiang valleys. Lat. 25 40' 

N.-27°3o'N. Alt. 6500 to 8500 ft. May 1906. W.Yunnan, 
China. 

2004. Cynoglossum ? Dunnianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 

16 inches. Flowers bright blue, base of corolla pinkish-blue. 
Dry, stony open ground at the south end of the Lang Kung 
Hsien valley near Kai-hi-dsi. Lat. 26 10' N. Alt. 7500 ft. 
April 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2005. Stellera Chamaejasme, Linn., f. angustifolia. Plant of 6 to 

12 inches. Rootstock woodv. Flowers bright orange yellow, 
non-fragrant. On stony hill pasture-land south end of the 

^o ng '?^ ng valle y near the villa S e of Kai-hi-dsi. Lat. 
26 25 N. Alt. 8000 ft. April 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2006. Clematis chrysocoma, Franch. Erect plant of i| to 4 ft. 

Howers pale rose, crushed strawberry shade. Dry, open, 
barren situation on the divide between the Hoching-cho and 
Licniang-fu valleys. Also on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range Lat. 26 4 o'-2 7 ° 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
April-July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2007. Poterium filiforme, Hook, f . Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

white Boggy, clayey situations at the south end of the 
Lang Kung Hsien valley near Kai-hi-dsi. Lat 26 10' N. 



Alt 



April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



2008. Anemone rivulans, Ham. Plant of 6 to 15 inches. Flowers 

S^f ' 1^ T? ° f Pei : ianth P ale P ur P le - Marshy, open situa- 

6° ;X 1S AH°f en ? ° f the Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 

China °°° fL April x 9° 6 - N.W. Yunnan, 

2009. Rhododendron racemosum, Franch. Compact shrub of 2 to 

on L I, ? < b ?u ght o rose - °P en mountain pasture-land 
vallev MT 1 the , S ™§-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong 

Yunlan, April %? * Mt **» to "M™ ft. N.W. 

2 ° 10 ' Vi FWeTb^ht C f' C U n Wright Com P act shrub of 2 t0 4 ft 

thP SnL tK • Se ' ,° pen moun tain pasture-land, ascent of 

10' I g \H nLIT fr ° m ^ Lan &-Kong valley. Lat. 26° 
China 9 I0 '° 00 ft A P rill 9ol N.W.Yunnan, 



[The type is from Ta-chien-lu. 



Wilson 



2011. Apocy^ad Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers white, fragrant. 

tZthl h r mh £ n - the aSCent of the Sung- Kwei pass 
qooo to 10 ooo g ft A g ** sle V^' Lat. 26° 20' N. Alt. 

9000 to 10,000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 



01 



Numerical Catalogue 8q 

2012. Berberis laevis, Franch. Spreading shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

bright yellow. Shady situations amongst scrub on the ascent 
of the Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong valley. Lat 
26 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, April 1906. 

2013. Berberis papillifera (Franch.), Schneider. Spreading shrub of 

2 to 5 ft. Flowers bright yellow. Moist, shady situations 
amongst scrub on the ascent of the Sung-Kwei pass from the 
Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
N.W. Yunnan, April 1906. 

2014. Berberis pruinosa, Franch. Erect shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

bright yellow. Dry, open situations on the ascent of the 
Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, April 1906. 

2015. Cynoglossum amabile, Stapf et Drumm. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flovyers bright blue. Moist, open situations on the bunds of 
padi fields, etc., Lichiang plain around the city. Lat. 26 
50' N. Alt. 8200 ft. N.W. Yunnan, May 1906. 



Leptodermis 



Procumbent shrub of 






1 to 2 ft. Flowers rose -pink. Dry, stony situations on 
mountain pasture - land at south end of the Lang - Kong 
valley. Lat. 26 25' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, 
April 1906 

2017. Clematis montana, Ham. Climber of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow, non-fragrant. On scrub in dry, open situa- 
tions, ascent of the Sung Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong 
valley. Lat. 26 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. April 
1906. Yunnan, China. 

[This very variable plant is common all over the region. 
The southern forms have many-flowered fascicles, shorter 
peduncles and smaller flowers, the northern ones few, often 
only one flower, very long peduncles and very large 
flowers.] 

2018. Hemiphragma heterophyllum, Wall. Prostrate plant of 1 to 

2 ft. Flowers rose-red. Fruit a scarlet berry. On the 
ground in pine and rhododendron forest on the ascent of the 
Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 26 30 ^ , 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, April 1906. 

2019- Apocynad. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers white, fragrant. 

On the ascent of the Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang Kung 
Hsien valley. Lat. 26 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 it. 
April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

Climber of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 




montana 



creamy white, fragrant. On scrub in open situations, ascent 

of the Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong va ley. Lat. 20 

io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. April 1906. \ unnan, China. 

-. u, Beesianum, G. Forrest et Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub 

of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers pink or deep rose, strongly fragrant. 



Jasminum 



Sun 



ground 
Lat. 26 20' N. 



Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 






90 Plantae Chixexses Forrestiaxae 

2022. Rosa sericea, Lindl. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers creamy 

white, fragrant. Amongst scrub in open, dry situations in the 
Sung-Kwei, Hoching-cho and Lichiang-fu valleys. Lat. 26 
27' N. Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. April 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2023. Pieris japonica, D. Don. Compact shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

yellowish white, fragrant. Dry, open, stony situations at foot 
of Sung-Kwei pass in the Sung-Kwei valley. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, April 1906. 

2024. Chrysosplenium Davidianum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2\ inches. 

Flowers yellow. Moist, shady situations in rhododendron 
forest on the descent from the Sung-Kwei pass to the Sung- 
Kwei valley. Lat. 26 20' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. April 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

2025. Kerria japonica, DC. f. fl. pi. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

bright orange-yellow. Moist, shady situations around villages. 
Cultivated but undoubtedly wild in places. Specimens from 
the ascent of the Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong valley. 
Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 9000 ft. N.W. Yunnan, April 1906. 

2026. Viburnum congestum, Rehder. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Flowers 

white, fragrant. Open, dry pasture-land, ascent of the 
Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong vallev. Lat. 26 10' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. April 1906. Yunnan, China. 

2027. Chionanthus retusus, Lindl. Tree of 30 to 40 ft. Flowers 

pure white. Moist, open situations in the Hoching-cho valley. 
Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. April 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2028. Capparis tenera, Dalz. Semi-scandent spinous shrub of 10 to 

20 it. Flowers transparent purplish- white. On trees in 
shady, open situations in the Teng-chuan-cho valley. Lat. 
26 N. Alt. 7000 ft. April 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2029. Euonymus grandiflora, Wall. Tree of 25 to 40 ft. Foliage 

glossy, dark green, coriaceous. Flowers greenish yellow, 
bhady moist situations near the head of the Talifu valley. 
Lat. 26 N. Alt. 7000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

2030. Rhododendronchartophyllum,Franch.,formapraecox,Diels. 

*onn. nov. Erect or spreading shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 
white, in some specimens pinkish on exterior of corolla, with 
rich crimson markings Foliage deciduous, flowers appearing 
hrst Amongst dwarf scrub, in open situations on the ascent 

lo.l ? Ung ^ Vel Pa f fl0m the Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 
26 30 N. Alt. 9000 ft. N.W. YunnaS, April 1906. 

2 ° 31 ' Sa j!l? d «fcal<>ttes, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow with pale violet markings. Shady, dry pine 
forests at the base of the descent from the Sung-Kwei pass to 

AorU Trfnf W W V V Iey - ^ ^ 20 ' N « Alt ' 8 ™° to 9 000 ft ' 

April 1906. W. Yunnan, China 



maritimus 



Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Clayey 



hnwv tv,c+, T '1 riant ot b to 9 inches. Clayey, 

boggy pasture-land on the Lichiang plain to the south of the 

Y/nn^k t 5 ° * A ^. 8200 ft. Mayx 9 o6. N.W. 



Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 91 

2033. Salix tetrasperma, Roxb. (?) Shrub or tree of 15 to 30 ft. By 

streams and ditches intersecting the Lichiang plain south of 
the city. Lat. 26 50' N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2034. Saxifraga cinerascens, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant of 

2 to 4 inches. Flowers golden yellow, anthers the same shade. 
On humus-covered boulders and dry ledges of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,500 ft. N.W. Yunnan, September 1906. 

2034A. Lathyrus palustris, Linn. Scandent plant of i-|- to 2} ft. 

Flowers rose-purple. On grass and scrub by the sides of 
ditches and streams in the Lichiang valley south of the city. 
Lat. 26 50' X. Alt. 8200 ft. N.W. Yunnan, May 1906. 

2035. Lathyrus pratensis, Linn. Semi-prostrate plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers lemon yellow. Amongst grass and scrub by the sides 
of ditches and streams in the Lichiang valley south of the city. 
Lat. 26 50' N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2036. Cerastium vulgatum, L. Plant of 9 to 16 inches. Flowers 

white. Moist boggy situations by streams and ditches m the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 to 9000 ft. -May 



1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

Primula 



f< 



Forrest, in Notes, Row Bot. Gard, Edin. iv. p. 223. Plant of 
6 to 9 inches. Flowers pale rose-lilac, eye orange, fragrant. 
Moist, boggy situations by sides of streams in the Licniang 
valley, south of the city. Lat. 26 50' N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2038. Boottia yunnanensis, Gagnep. Aquatic plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Foliage submerged. Flowers floating white base of petals 
yellow. In ponds and on the margins of swift-flowing ! streams 
on the Lichiang plain north of the city. Lat. 26 50 ^ Alt. 
8200 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, Chma. 



2039. Tamarix 



Shrub of 20 to 25 ft. Flowers 



pendulous, rose-pink. Grown by the Chinese of the Lichiang 
vallev as an ornamental plant. Lat. 27° N. Alt. 8200 ft. 



May 1906. N.W. Yunnan 



2040. Anemone rivularis, Ham. Erect plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, exterior of perianth pale purple Dry clayey 
ground, south end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 20 55 * • 






Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. Yunnan 



2041. Lotus corniculatus, Linn, Spreading plant of 8 to 12 inches. 



Flowers 



pecimens 






grassy banks and open situations in tne u u^g y 
north of the city. lit. 26 5 o' N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1900. 



■N.W. Yunnan. 



2042. fchod 



lododendron anthosphaenim, Diels. Sp. n ■ 

tree of 20 to 30 ft. Flowers bright ros e-mage nta wit 
markings of black- crimson. Open situations m V™ 
on the*ascent of the Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang & 
valley. Lat.26° 3 o'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11.000 it. a P y 

N.W. Yunnan. 



92 Plantae Chixenses Forrestiaxae 

2043. Rhododendron irroratum, Franch. Erect shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Corolla yellowish-white with a few markings of a greenish 
yellow, thick and fleshy. Shady pine and rhododendron forest 
on the ascent of the Sung-Kwei pass from the Lang-Kong 
valley. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. April 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2044. Viola Patrinii, DC. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers deep rich 

blue. Dry, open, clayey situations at base of southern foot 
hills of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 26 50' N. Alt. 8000 to 



9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



2045. 



Lamiura 



Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 



rose-red. Variety of situations in the Lichiang valley around 
the city. Lat. 26 50' N. Alt. 8000 to 0000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W.Yunnan. * ^ 

2047. Salvia miltiorrhiza, Bge. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

rich blue. Open grassy situations in the Lichiang valley. 
Lat.27°N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2048. Rosa Banksiae, R. Br. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. Flowers rich yellow. 

Moist, shady situations by streams in thickets around the 
city of Lichiangfu. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2049. Rosa gigantea, Collett. Semi-scandent shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 

Flowers rose-pink, fragrant. Shady situations in the Lang- 
Kong, Hoching, and Lichiang valleys. Lat. 26 50' N. 
Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2050. Rhododendron rubiginosum, Franch. Spreading shrub or 

tree of 15 to 30 ft. Flowers lilac-rose with crimson markings. 
Open situations in forests on the ascent of the Sung-Kwei pass 
trom the Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. April 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2051. Rosa Banksiae, R. Br. Semi-scandent shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 

* lowers pure white, fragrant. Shady and open situations 
on and amongst trees and scrub in the Lichiang-fu valley. 

Jf, 1 - 27 io' N Alt. 8200 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

052. Rosa damascena, Mill. Erect shrub of 6 to 8 ft. Flowers dark 

S^v n ' a 1. h o ady r situation s around Lichiang. Lat. 26" 
50 N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2053. Rosa damascena Mill. Semi-scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Howers rose-red, fragrant. Forming large clusters in shady, 

tTU* ™ v nS a?. £ e Lichian & valle y around the city. 
Lat. 26 5 o N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2054. Schoepfia jasminodora, Sieb. et Zucc. Shrub of tree of 15 to 

?nW £ °/ er i grC f n ' P° werfu % Vagrant, appearing before 
1 v Ti n * n ° Ped - Fmit an ovoid > dar k crimson drupe, 
Whiiu t + i, ? e -\ SltUa ^° ns in ?' me forests on the southern 
S S ft v LlChl J ng 5 an S e - Lat. 26° 50' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10 000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

hlvZl % a I™* 5 ; °r, this s P ecies in th e Yangtze valley 

dfv Sp ^Jft! " k ? T End Chutien and on ^ Mekong-Salwen 
dn ide north of Tzekou with the flowers, and undeveloped 






r 









Numerical Catalogue 



93 



foliage bright scarlet. Fruit bright scarlet. Fragrance even 
more powerful than in this species. Lost both seeds and 
specimens of it at Tzekou. 

2055. Quercus Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 15 ft. Dry, barren, 

stony situations on southern foothills of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 26 50' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2056. Quercus semecarpifolia, Sm. Dwarf spinous spreading shrub 

of 3 to 6 ft. Covering large tracts of dry stony mountain-land 
on southern foothills of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 26 50' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2057. Linum perenne, Linn. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. Flowers bright blue. 

Open, dry, grassy situations in the Lichiang valley. Lat. 
27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2058. Rhododendron irroratum, Franch. Spreading shrub of 10 to 15 

ft. Corolla greenish- white, profusely marked small dark 
crimson spots. Open situations near the summit of the Sung- 
Kwei pass ascending from the Lang-Kong valley. Lat. 26 
30' N. Alt. 11.000 ft. April 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2059. Primula Clementinae, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 

inches. Flowers rose-red, fragrant. In crevices of dry shady 

rocks and cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range 

Lat. 27 io' X. Alt. 10.500 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. JN.w. 



Yunnan, China. 



2060. 



Stellaria Davidi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers white 
anthers bright violet. Dry, mossy situations in shady pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 10' N. Alt. 11.000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2061. Pedicularis densispica, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Flowers pink and crimson. Dry stony situations in the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2062. Rhododendron racemosura, Franch. Spreadii^, loosely 

shaped shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers pale V^J^SL 
stony situations on the southern foothills of the L^hiang 
Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1900. 



2063. Rhamnus persica, Boiss. ex Franch. Shrub of 6 * > 10 ft 

Flowers Jreen. bpen, dry, stony situations on southern 
foothills of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 W . ak- ) 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Perianth 



Anemone 



lemone ODtusiiooa, j-'oh. ri <" \ \ nA ^ nf blue Boggy, 

white on interior, exterior ^^.^^1^6^, 
rio.r.xr ~,«**^« .rmm^ Ck lake in the Licniang x^y 



clayey pasture around a laxe m - _ o ^ 

of the city. Lat. 27 JN. • mu °J W 



N.W. Yunnan, China. 



2065. Ranunculus pulchellus, C. A. Mey. Sem -pr ostrate p^ 

6 to 10 inches. Flowers golden yeUoj . Boggy P 
around a lake in the Lichiang valley north oMhe c y 
2 7 a N. Alt 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W- Y imnan, 



94 Plantae Chinenses Forrestiaxae 

2066. Thlaspi yunnanense, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

white, exterior of petals pale purple. Moist pasture-land 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. zy° io' N. 
Alt. io ? ooo ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2067. Gentiana puberula, Franch. Plant of 1 to 1 J inches. Corolla, 

interior bright blue, exterior green. Moist mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 

15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2068. Lysimachia humifusa, R. Knuth. Prostrate plant of 4 to 

8 inches. Flowers red or pink. Dry, open, grassy situa- 
tions amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2069. Viola Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

bright yellow. Dry situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 
11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2070. Roscoea cautleoides, Gagnep. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

bright canary yellow. Dry, open situations amongst rhodo- 
dendron and pine scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2071. Berberis dictyophylla, Franch. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers golden yellow, exterior tinged red. Amongst scrub 
in dry pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8,500 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2072. Rhamnus dahurica, Pall. Shrub of 9 to 12 ft. Flowers 

greenish-brown. Open, dry situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 2 f 10' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2073. Prunus Maximowiczii, Rupr., var. adenophora, Franch. 

bnrub of 12 to 20 ft. Flowers white. Open, dry situations 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

Yunnan C°h Mt 9 °°° t0 I0 '°° ft ' May I9 ° 6 ' N ' W ' 

2074. Lonicera trichopoda, Franch. Erect shrub of 4 to 12 ft. 

powers yellow non-fragrant. Dry, shady situations in 
ravines, eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. YunLi, China. 7 

2075. Spiraea virgata, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers white 

r£n«tS J fllaments «**• Dry, stony, open situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

Yunnan, Chm!'. ** 85 °° t0 I0 ' 3 ° * "* ^ 6 ^ 

2076. Draba yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

S2j eoW T • l n Clef i s of dr y limestone cliffs on the eastern 

10 on fit m ! lan f Ra * n S e - Lat - 2 7° W' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 95 

2077. Fragaria indica, Andr. Procumbent plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow. Dry, shady situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 8500 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2078. Arenaria orbiculata, Royle. Prostrate plant of 3 to 7 inches. 

Flowers White. Dry, stony situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2079. Chrysosplenium Davidianum, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers golden yellow. Dry, shady situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
12' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2080. Taraxacum dissectum, Ledeb. Plant of i to 3 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, stony pasture-land at base of eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2081. Androsace spinulifera, Franch. Erect plant of 3 to 10 inches. 

Flowers rose-pink, eye yellow. Very dry, barren, stony 
grass-land at the north end of the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 
5' N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2082. Jasminum humile, Linn. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers golden 

yellow. Dry situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2083. Scutellaria amoena, Wright. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

bright rich blue. Dry, stony ground and in clefts of rocks 
on the low foothills at the southern end of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

' 2084. Pittosporum heterophyllum, Franch. Spreading shrub of 

5 to 10 ft. Flowers pale yellow, very fragrant. Shady, dry, 
and moist situations along base of southern foothills of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 190b. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2085. Clematis montana, Ham. Climber of 9 to 15 it Flowers 

greenish-white, fragrant. Amongst scrub on dry barren 
foothills, eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, West China. 

2086. Oxyria sinensis, Hemsl. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

reddish-green. Specimens in seed. Dry, barren pasture- 
i land at base of southern foothills of the Lichiang Range. 

Lat. 27°N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

f 2087. Lonicera Hgustrina, Wall., var. fi yunnanensis, Franch. 

Shrub of 3 to 8 ft., with shining foliage. Flowers yejowtth- 
green. Moist, shady situations, Lichiang valley and along 

? , m 1 r it.. T :~t,;~„rt T?incrf> Tat. 27 12 IN. 



tern flank of the Licniang 

Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 



Lat. 27 



2088. CarexForrestii,Kukenthal. Sp.nov. Plant of 7 to 12 inches. 

Moist, boggy situations in ditches in centre of Lichiang 
valley. Lat 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 



Plaxtae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2089. Hypecoum leptocarpum, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 4 to 

12 inches. Flowers white, exterior of corolla pale purple. 
Dry situations on cultivated ground in the Lichiang valley 
Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2090. Crepis silhetensis, Hook. f. (?). Plant of 2 ft. Flowers golden 

yellow. In poppy fields on very dry ground in the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2091. Laurineae. Incomplete. Tree of 20 to 35 ft. Flowers 

yellow, leaves and bark aromatic and used by the Chinese 
as a condiment. Shady gullies on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2092. Potentilla anserina, Linn. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Stony, moist situations on pasture-land north end of 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2093. Eulophia Faberi, Rolfe. Plant of 12 inches. Petals and 

sepals brownish-pink, labellum pink with darker markings. 
Dry, stony ground at the south end of the Lan ff Rung Hsien 
valley near Kai-hsi-dsi. Lat. 26 10' N. Alt. 7^00 ft. 



April 1906. N.W 



2094. Ins tectorum, Maxim. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

purplish-blue. Moist situations in the Lang Rung Hsien, 
Hoching-cho and Lichiang-fu valleys. Specimens from 
Sj^S-Kung valley. Lat. 26° 12' N. Alt 8000 ft. April 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2095. Deutzia discolor, Hemsl. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

flowers white, in specimens from high altitudes pink or 
deep pmkish-purp e. Sheltered situations in side valleys 

onnn L 6a T em ??*£* the Li <*iang Range. Lat. 27° 10' N. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2096. Sabia yunnanensis, . Franch. Semi-scandent shrub' of 10 to 

sen h nn + r rS I ld gr . een - Dr y> shady situations amongst 
27* 10° K A C if tem flEnk ° f the Lichian S Ran ^ e - Lat 
Yunnan, Chinf' 9 °°° t0 I0 '°° ft ' Ma ^ 5* N ' W ' 

2097. R1 Jododendron ^rubigi nosum, Franch. Compact free flower- 

darker MoW " K F1 ° Wers P ink with Markings a shade 
on the eastern^ a ° P f f 1 *™**?** on margins of pine forests 
S n? fl t?L° ^ L^ang Range. La?. 27° 10' N 



N 

Mayi 9 o6. N.W.Yunntn. 



Anemone 



purolish bl Z 5 n eS ' F1 ° Wers white « ext erior of perianth 
E foists p> °£ en , Sltuati °ns amongst scrub and in 



W 



5 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May ? 9 o6. Yunnan; 



Numerical Catalogue 97 

2099. Indigofera chaetodonta, Franch. var. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 2 

ft. Flowers rich rose-red. Dry, stony situations amongst 
scrub and dwarf pine on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 2y° 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2100. Ribes glaciale, Wall. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft. ; Flowers 

brownish-green. Amongst scrub in openings in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2101. Paeonia Delavayi, Franch. Shrubby plant of 2 to 5 ft. 

Flowers rich deep crimson, anthers bright orange. Dry, 
shady situations amongst scrub and in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
8500 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2102. Berberis pruinosa, Franch. Spreading shrub of 3 to 5 feet. 

Flowers golden yellow. Dry, open situations amongst scrub 
and in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2103. Xanthoxylum usitatum, Diels. Sp. nov. Spinous spreading 

shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Fruit a red, greasy capsule ix i£ in 
containing one or two seeds. Bitter and biting but 
aromatic, and used as a condiment by the Chinese. Dry, 
open situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2104. Michelia yunnanensis, Franch., var. angustifolia Fin et 

Gagnep. Ornamental plant growing in temple court m 
the village of Ho-Yeh-Shin, north end of the Lichiang 

^-1 «- lei* ™h +p Tat. 27 10 IS. Alt. 



valley. Flowers greenish-white. Lat. 27 
8500 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 



2105. Smilax menispermoidea, DC. Semi-scandenl : sbrufc > of 8 to 

12 ft. Flowers a livid brownish-red On sc nib^nd under 
growth in sheltered side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2106. Acer Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov P"*&°*!± S*5 

1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



rubicunda, 



1 rrancn. Plant of 1 to if inches Flowers 

T« rrev ces of limestone cliffs on the eastern 
rose-carmine, in crevices 01 m»° , K .,. QQ0 

flank of the Lichiang Range Lat. 27 12 N. Alt. 12,00 
to 13,000 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2108. Piptanthus tomentosus, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft^ers 

in erect racemes, canary yellow. Dr> storj, , y 



7 



1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



9$ Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



2109. Ribes moupinense, Franch. Spreading shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Flowers green, in pendulous racemes ; fruit bright scarlet! 
Open situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2110. Cotoneaster hebephylla, Diels. Sp. nov. Spreading shrub of 

6 to 10 ft. Flowers white, anthers violet. Moist, open 
situations on banks of streams at north end of the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. if 10' X. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. Mav iqo6. 
N.W. Yunnan. y 

2111. Pirus yunnanensis, Franch. Tree or shrub of 15 to 30 ft. 

Flowers yellowish-white, fragrant. Fruit f by \ inch, golden 
yellow. Moist situations in the bed of a stream on the plain 
at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

21 1 2. Pyrus vestita, Wall. Tree of 20 to 30 ft. Flowers yellowish- 

white. Fruit i x I in., scarlet and yellow. Similar in habit 
to iSo. 2111, but differing in the much-branched inflorescence, 
want of fragrance, size of flowers, and form of foliage. 
Moist situations by streams along the base of the eastern 
Hank ol the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 



9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



2113. 



2114. Caragana Franchetiana, Komarow. Spinous shrub of 6 to 

10 it. flowers yellow or greenish-brown. Dry, stony situa- 
tions on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Ranee. Lat. 



on v , XT ai o — Lichiang Range. ~~. 

Yunnan Ch ina t0 I0 ' 5 °° *** May I9 ° 6 ' N ' W 

2115. Daphne aurantiaca, Diels. Sp. nov. Dwarf shrub of 2 to 

4 it. flowers bright orange yellow, fragrant. In crevices 
of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

Yunna 7 n /c\ina. °'° 00 t0 I2 '° 00 ft May ^° 6 ' N ' W " 

2116. Dipelta yunnanensis, Franch. Much-branched shrub of 4 to 

VtlJ S Pale . rose - m ac, three lower lobes of corolla 

TnH ^LT ng ! ° n m I erior ' Sheltered situations in scrub 
UchlZ pi 6 m T S \ de Valle y s on the astern flank of the 

S5W8& Yunnan 7 . "' * ^ ***> * «« *' 

2II? ' Pr 'ZftL F c r^5 B ^ l Sp ' nov ' Plant of 6 in. to 3 ft 

eve floLll ^ ^ l0WerS dee P y ellow with an orange 
shadv ™£L Si- ^ fra ^nt. Pendulous from dry, 

uS^rs^ ■m i?t % eastern t flank ° f t 

May 1906. NV YunnS, China Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 

SSf ? as ia^fefek- St 

10,000 to 11,500 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 






Numerical Catalogue 



99 



21 19. Rhododendron decorum, Franch. Spreading shrub of 6 to 

15 ft. Flowers pink, marked green, non-fragrant. Open, dry 
situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to n,ooo ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

[Broader, more obtuse leaves than the type.] 

2120. Primula Poissoni, Franch. Erect plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

rich crimson-lake, eye orange. In drying the colour changes 
to pale magenta. Moist and boggy situations at the north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2121. Catalpa Duclouxii, Dode. Tree of 40 to 90 ft. Flowers light 

purple, marked orange on interior of lower lobes. Open 
situations around villages in the Teng-Chuan, Chien-Chuan, 
Hoching, Lichiang, and Tali valleys. Specimens from the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. May 1906. 

N.W. Yunnan. 

Cultivated by the Chinese. Timber hard and used where 
such is required. Seeds said to be used in certain districts 
in the production of a ferment for bread baking. 

122. Schizandra axillaris, Hook f. et Thorns. Scandent shrub of 

10 to 20 ft. Flowers deep crimson. On scrub in sheltered 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 21' N. Alt. 10,000 to n 7 ooo ft. May 1906. Si.W. 
Yunnan, China. 
2123. Rubus biflorus, Ham. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers white. Dry 

.' . . /• _,_ ___ .n,~ «^c-+orr> -Hanlr nt trip 



Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
May 1906. N.W 



in fruit. 



2124. Rubus subornatus, Focke. Sp. nov. Shrub of 3 to 5 £ 

Flowers rose-red. Dry, shady situations in pine foreste on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 IN. Air. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

dale, Wall. Spreading shrub of 6 to oft Specimens 
in iruu. Very shady situations amongst scrub , in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Kange. Lat. 27 12 JN . 
Alt. 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2126. Acer Davidi, Franch. Shrub or tree of 20 to 30 ft. ™°™£ 

yeUowishieen. In shady side valleys on the aste mflank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 zo n. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2I2 7- Androsace mucronifoiia, Watt. 



Plant of 6 to 15 inches, 

Flowers rose-pink, forming oeuse ™ asse * *" ^j JjSft 'on 
situations on the ledges of cliffs and on limestone 5 unit 

the eastern flank of the Lichiang R^fVunnan China. 
Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, ui n 

^ Primula nivalis, Pallas, var. m^TO^^f *£ m 

nivalis, Pallas, var. sinensis J x <*• '^^J^. Flowers deep 
Card. Edin. iv. p. 227. Plant ^^/"^fMoist mountain 
rose-lavender, eye greenish-lavender, Iragran ^ R ^ & 

pasture-land on the eastern flank ot w e ^ L at.27°i2' 

Flowering successively, always near the snow-ime. 

N. Alt. lonoo to 1^.000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunna , 



ioo Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



2129. Anemone coelestina, Franch. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers 

deep rich blue. Dry, grassy clearings in scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2130. Thlaspi yunnanense, Franch., var. dentatum, Diels. Plant of 

3 to 6 inches. Flowers white, pale slate blue on exterior of 
petals. In crevices of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 12,000 to 
13,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2131. Incarvillea grandiflora, Bur. et Franch., var. brevipes, 

Sprague. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers rose-carmine. 
On barren ,dry, stony ground on plain at the north end of 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12" N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2132. Chrysosplenium Griffithii, Hook f. et Thorns. Plant of 2 to 4 

inches. Flowers green, anthers yellow. Forming clumps on 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2133. Ajuga Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pale blue. Dry, stony situations on cultivated 
patches on plain, at the north end of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2134. Berchemia yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers 

pale greenish-yellow, fruit dark crimson. Open, shady 
situations amongst mixed scrub in beds of streams on the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[Our plant has the foliage of Franchet's type, but the in- 
florescences are rather more developed and, as a rule, exceed 
the leaves, their length being 4 to 6 cm. (not 2 to 3 cm. as 
in the type), and the flowers much more numerous.] 

2135. Ranunculus hydrophilus, Bge. Aquatic plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Perianth white with centre yellow. In a marsh in plain at 
the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2136. Lychnis yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 9 to 16 inches. 

Flowers pale pink. Dry, stony cultivated patches on plain at 
the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
8500 to 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2137. Viola Patrinii, DC. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers white, 

veined blue, odourless. Stony, moist situations on the 
margins of a pond on the plain at the north end of the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2138. Aletris lanuginosa, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers pale pink. Swampy, shady situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue ioi 

2130. Viburnum atrocyaneum, C. B. Clarke. Spreading shrub of 

4 to 8 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow, fragrant. On exposed 
cliffs, side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to n : ooo ft. May 1906. 
Yunnan, W. China. 

2140. Cardamine granulifera (Franch.) Diels. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white or rose-lavender. Mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11.500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2141. Carex Dielsiana, Kiikenthal. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Grassy edges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2142. Carex drepanorrhyncha, Franch. (?) Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Grassy ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2143. Viola palustris, Linn., var. moupinensis, Franch. Plant of 3 

to 5 inches. Flowers white veined blue or purple ; fragrant. 
Moist situations on mountain meadows oil the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2144. Oxalis Acetosella, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches ; flowers pale 

shell-pink, veined purple, with a blotch of yellow at base of 
1 petals. Dry, shady situations in pine forests on the eastern 

flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 to 
11,000 ft. May 190b. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2145. Veronica serpyllifolia, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pale blue. Moist, stony situations on the margins of streams 






on plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 
10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2146. Calystegia hederacea, Wall. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pink. Stony, cultivated ground on the plain at .the nortn 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 



May 1906. N.W 



Carex 



Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 



trex ijieisiana, JvuKeiiLUdi. ^/. ««•• -. ,L fl Mctprn 

Moist, shady, rocky situations in side valleys on the east«Ji 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat.2 7 °i2'N. Alt. io^oo ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

c t** Juncus Thomsoni, Buchenau. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Boggy 

situations on the margins of streams and ditches _ on tAe 
plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. .Lat. 27 10 . 
Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2149- Thalictrum tofieldioides, Diels. Sp. no v ^J f ^ n 2 

inches. Flowers yellow. Dry, shady ■**£*»* among* 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 'Range. Lat .27 
12' M. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. M.W. Yunn 

China. 



102 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



2150. Thalictrum virgatum, Hook f. et Thorns. Plant of 6 to 9 

inches. Perianth interior white, purplish on exterior. Dry, 
rocky slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan 
China. 

215 1. Jasminum officinale, Linn. Scandent shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 

Corolla, interior creamy white, exterior rose-crimson, fragrant. 
On scrub in open situations in the Talifu, Hoching-cho and - 
Lichiang-fu valleys ; specimens from the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. to 27 30' N. Alt. 6000 to 10,000 ft. May 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2152. Anemone obtusiloba, Don, var. coerulea, Ulbrich. Plant of 

2 to 6 inches. Flowers white, exterior of perianth blue. 
Crevices of rocks, eastern flank of the Lichiang range. Lat. 27 
20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, 
W. China. 

2153. Primula pseudodenticulata, Pax. — P. denticulata , Smith, ex 

G. Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. p. 223. Plant 
of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers rose-lilac, faintly fragrant. Grassy 
situations on the margins of cane brakes on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2154. Spiraea velutina, Franch. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers white. Shady, moist situations in beds of streams 
on plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 
io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2155. Linnaea brachystemon, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Exterior of corolla pink or rose, interior yellowish- white, 
sweetly fragrant. Rocky, open situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys, eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2156. Viburnum erosum, Thunb. Shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers 

yellowish, fragrant, fruit bright scarlet. Shady situations on 

margins of pine forests, plain at north end of the Lichiang 

valley. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, 
W. China. 

2157. Viburnum erosum, Thunb. Shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Flowers ruddy 

yellow, non-fragrant. Moist, shady situations in bed of stream, 
plain at north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2158. Ophiopogon Wallichianus, Hook. f. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers waxy white. Dry, shady situations amongst scrub 
in pine forests at the north end of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2159. Rhododendron lacteum, Franch. Tree of 20 to 30 ft. 

Flowers white, fleshy, with a blotch of rich crimson at base 
of corolla. Open situations in pine forests on the descent from 
the Sung-Kwei pass to the Sung-Kwei valley. Lat. 26 15' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. April 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 103 

2160. Aster brachytrichus, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Ray 

florets dark rich blue, disc florets orange yellow. Dry, open 
situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1006. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2161. Gueldenstaedtia yunnanensis, Franch. Procumbent plant 

of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers rich rose-purple. Dry situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2162. Veronica pirolaeformis, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers bright blue. Clefts of rocks and shady situations in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2163. Quercus semecarpifolia, Sm. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Flowers 

green. This is the predominant species in most patches of 
scrub, having many forms and covering large tracts on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 8200 to 11,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2164. Solms-Laubachia pulcherrima, Muschler. Gen. et Sp. nov. 

Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers bright turquoise blue, 
fragrant, aromatic. In crevices of limestone cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2165. Euphorbia Stracheyi, Boiss. Plant of 1 to ij inches. Whole 

plant, foliage, etc., of a ruddy dark green colour, anthers 
yellow. Amongst grass on bare stony slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
11,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2166. Anemone trullifolia, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. holophylla, Diels. 

Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Perianth white, exterior bluisn. 
Forming large patches on open, grassy, rocky slopes, eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2167. Primula sonchifolia, Franch.— P. gratissima, G. Forrest. Plant 

of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers appearing before foliage is de- 
veloped. Corolla bright blue, eye pale yellowish-white. 
Moist, rocky situations in beds of mountain streams and on 



mountain meadows at verge of snow. 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



flank 



2168. Saxifraga pulchra, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant of 

2 to 4 inches. Flowers rose-pink. Forming dense cushions 
in crevices of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank ot tne 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 tt. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2169. Picris divaricata, Vaniot. Plant of 9 to 20 1 inch ^- + J 1 ^r t h 

rich orange. Open, stony situations on plain at the ,noi tn 
end of the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 tt. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, j 



I0 4 Plaxtae Chixexses Forrestianae 

2170. Arabis alpina, Linn., var. rubrocalyx, Franch. Plant of 10 

inches. Flowers white. Dry, stony, cultivated ground on 
the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat 
27 io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2171. Torilis Anthriscus, Bernh. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony situations on the plain at the north end 
of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. Mav 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2172. Gentiana albescens, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers 

bright blue, exterior dark brownish-green. Dry grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2173. Stellaria pilosa, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white 

Forming trailing masses on dry shady banks in side valley 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 10' N 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2174- Magnolia obovata, Thunb. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 

pinkish white, veined a deeper shade, non-fragrant. Grow- 
ing m the court of a temple at Ho yeh Shui at north end of 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27° 5' N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. J 

2175. Lonicera Koehneana, Rehder. Shrub of 10 to 15 ft. Flowers 

golden yellow, non-fragrant, fruit orange yellow. Moist 
open situations on banks of streams, plain at north end of the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. 
Yunnan, W. China. J * 

2176. Elaeagnus umbellata, Thunb. Spinous shrub of 10 to is ft 

flowers fragrant, creamy white exterior covered with shining 
glandular scales. Fruit red. Open, moist situations by 

r^T & !n thG n °I th e " d of the Chiang valley. Lat. 27 
10 N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2177. Draba tibetica, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 1 to i^ inches. 

Flowers white. In crevices of limestone cliffs and boulders 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2178. Roscoea cautleoides, Gagnep., var. purpurea. Plant of 6 

«?wi? F1 f vers " ch ^ep purple. Open, dry, stony 

stations amongst scrub on the foothills on the eastern flank 

! rnnr I wT Lat.2 7 i 2 'N. Alt. 8500 to 10,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

21?9 ' Fd ^ ria Delava y i ' 1 Franch - P^nt of 1 to 1* ft. Flowers 

jft occasional in pairs, pendulous, greenish-yellow 

S Wi™™ m A T kmg + S u famtly fra ^ ant - Moist, rocky 
llZrr I i Ti 01 }^ 6 mar S ins of cane brakes/on the 

tt t?M T ^ 6 L ,V Chlang Ran S e - Lat - 2 7° ^ N. Alt. 

11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 105 

2180. Smilax discotis, Warb. Semi-scandent shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Flowers green. Open, moist situations amongst scrub by 
streams on the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 8500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2181. Rhododendron sp. Spreading, dwarf shrub of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers blue-lavender, base of corolla white, non-fragrant. 
Dry ledges and clefts of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2182. Rhododendron cephalanthum, Franch. Branched shrub of 

2 to 4 ft. Flowers white, fragrant. Dry ledges and clefts of 
limestone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 11,000 to 11,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2183. Lloydia serotina, Reichb., var. unifolia, Franch. Plant of 3 to 

8 inches. Flow 7 ers pure white, veined purple. In clefts of 
exposed limestone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2184. Morina sp. Plant of 1 to ij ft. Flowers rose-lavender. 

Dry, stony situations amongst scrub in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2185. Polygonatum Stewartianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 

1 to 1 1 : ft. Flowers pale greenish-purple. Dry shady situa- 
tions amongst scrub and in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2186. Polygonum suffultum, Maxim. Plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Flowers pink. Moist, grassy, shady situations in mixed and 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2187. Gerbera Anandria, Sch. Bip. Plant of i to fl^' ^"S 

rose colour. Open mountain pasture-land on the eastern 
flank of the LicMang Range. Lat 27° x, N Lat 27 12 N. 



Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. 



2188. Cephalanthera falcata, Lindl. Plant of 9 to 15 nches 

Flowers pure white. Shady, rocky situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 12 JN. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2189. Cardamine granulifera (Franch.) Diels. J^^jj^ 

inches. Flmvers white or lavender. Open mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 IN . 
iu — ^ + „ TT r,™f+ Mavioo6. N.W. Yunnan, tnina. 



Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. 



shrub 



2190. Rhododendron lucidum, Franch. .Spreading shrub ,01 10 to 

K ft. Flowers rose-lavender with crimson markings , non 



15 It. blowers rose-iaveimci »».*« — - J . t nraa + e ~nn the 

fragrant. Open situations on borders of PJ^J?"*** 011 ^ 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 *• Alt. 
11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



io6 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2191. Corydalis tibetica, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. pachypoda, Franch. 

Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Foliage glaucous green ; flowers dull 
orange yellow with greenish markings, nauseously fragrant, 
with a heavy, honey-like odour. Dry, exposed situations 
on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2192. Crepis rigescens, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers orange yellow. Open, dry situations amongst oak 
and pine scrub on plain at north end of the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2193. Senecio langkongensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

rich yellow. Moist, open situations on banks of stream at 
north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2194. Primula Beesiana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov.— P. serratifolia, 

Franch. ex G. Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. 
p. 232. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rose-carmine with 
yellow eye, fragrant. Moist, open sitations by the sides of 
ditches and streams on plain at north end of the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2195. Philadelphia Delavayi, Henry. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers 

creamy white, fragrant. Amongst scrub in open situations, 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. ' 

2196. Ligustrum ionandrum, Diels. Sp. nov. Compact shrub of 

3 to 9 ft. Flowers white, anthers violet, fragrant. Dry, 
open situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
nank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

M97- Indigofera pendula, Franch. Spreading shrub of 8 to 12 ft. 

t lowers in long pendulous racemes, exterior of corolla dove- 
grey, interior deep rich rose. Open situations amongst scrub 
and in Dine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Yu Ch ■ Alt 9° 00 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 



mm 



Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Petals 



green, apex green. Dry, shady situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 10' N. 
Al. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 



China. 

2199. Lonicera japonica, Thunb. 



scandent 



tinnlp, S° lde °-yf °w, fragrant. On scrub in open situa- 

A?t Acnof," 1 m nk ° f ? e Lichian S Ran §e. Lat. 27° 15' N. 
Alt. 9500 ft. May 1906. Yunnan; W. China 






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2200. Oxygraphis glacialis, Bunge. Plant of \ to 1 inch. Flowers 

yellow, segments of perianth glossy. On stony, moist, moss- 
covered ground at the margin of the snow-line on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 13,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

This plant, a stunted yellow-flowered species of Draba, 
and a very dwarf species of Anemone, were the only plants 
showing at that altitude on that date. 

2201. Fragaria vesca, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers white. 

Dry, shady situations amongst scrub and in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2202. Aster staticefolius, Franch. Branched, half-shrubby plant of 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright purplish-blue. Amongst scrub in 
open pine woods on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. KV\. 

Yunnan. 

2203. Berberis pruinosa, Franch. Spreading ^inous shrub of 3 to 7 ft. 

Flowers bright yellow, fragrant. Whole plant dries black 
Shady, rocky situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
*h*T-U; a rJT? fl mr ft . Lat. 27° 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 






the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 






2204. Ceropegia Balfouriana, Schltr Sp. nov. Plant of 6 inches. 

Flowfrs purple and green. Rocky situations am on gst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. La. 27 10 JN. 

Alt. 9500 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2205. Iris Collettii, Hook. f. Plant of 2 to 4 inches Perianth sky 

blue, pistil orange, strongly fragrant. <^£^' fSJ 
situations amongst scrub and in open pine ^ forests ^on m 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat? ^ • 
9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. \ unnan, China. 



shrub 






2206. Viburnum tomentosum, f™T ^ rhineLTof the Lichiang 

Flowers white. Cultivated by the Chinese o th * 

valley as an ornamental shrub. Lat. 27 ^ 10 
9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

xr rh Branched dwarf shrub 

2207. Rhododendron racemosum, ^i^™' ° boggv ground in open 

of i| to 2 ft. Flowers pink. In peaty, Dogg* g 
situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Kag 
27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft- May 19 



Yunnan. 

2208. Polve-onum 



scrub 



Flowers bright pink. Dry open »iu*j- Lat 

forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Kg ^ 

20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. May y 



27 

Yunnan, China. 



Flowers bright 



2209. Caltha palustris, Linn Plant. of 9t°^mches ^ q{ 

yellow. Margins of streams and ditches aio g N> m 

eastern flank of the Lichiang ^Yunnan, China. 
8000 to 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunna , 




108 Plaxtae Chinenses Forrestianae 

o. Draba yunnanensis, Franch., forma. Plant of i to 2 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow. In crevices of limestone cliffs above 
the snow-line (of May) on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 13,000 to 14,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

[The forms of high elevations have a much-branched 



rhizome and 1-5-2 cm. long stems.] 



2211. 



Jacquemontii 



Geum 



Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers bright yellow. Mountain 
pasture-land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

elatum, Wall., var. humile, Royle. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Mountain pasture-land on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2213. Caltha palustris, Linn. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Mountain meadows and open situations in cane brakes 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2214. Cobresia cercostachys (Franch.) C. B. Clarke. Plant of 1 to 4 

inches. Grassy ledges of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. if 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

[Spiculae partiales androgynae, quare haec species potius 
in sect. Elyna collocanda.] 

2215. Loranthus Balfourianus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers orange-crimson. Parasitical on many shrubs but 
most often those of the genera Prunus or Salix. Open situa- 
tions amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

This species is widely distributed in Yunnan. I have 

collected it in most valleys from Yunnanfu north to Tsekou 

on the Mekong 25 to 28° N. Most commonly parasitical on 

the Peach and a species of Salix. Alt. 4000 to 10,500 ft. 
April to July. ' ' J 

2216. Cynanchum Forrestii, Schltr. Sp.nov. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

t lowers dark greenish-brown. Dry, rocky situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20 N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. 

2217. Fritillaria cirrhosa, Don. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

green with dark brown markings, pendulous or nodding, 
in pine scrub and on open mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 
11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2218. Iris ruthenica, Dryand. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers 

purplish-blue, sepals green, veined purplish-blue. Dry, shady, 
rocky situations in pine scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 









Numerical Catalogue 109 

2219. Lloydia Delavayi, Franch. (?) Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

bright orange. Dry, shady, stony situations in pine scrub 
on eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2220. Sorbus Wilsoniana, C. K. Schneider. Shrub of 15 to 25 ft. 

Flowers dull white, fruit white. Shady situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2221. Astragalus coelestis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers bright blue. Dry mountain pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 18' N. Alt. 9000 to 
11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2222. Rhododendron lucidum, Franch. Spreading shrub of 10 to 

25 ft. Flowers rose-pink, with markings a shade deeper, corolla 
fleshy. Open, dry situations on margins of pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Xichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2223. Cotoneaster microphylla, Wall. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

white, faintly fragrant. In open pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12/ N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[The leaves of this form are a little pilose on the glossy 
upper surface, and more so beneath, but not really tomentose.] 

2224. Aster brachytrichus, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

ray florets, rich deep blue, disc florets oraiige-yeilow. Uv\ , 
stony, open situations in oak and pine scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2225. Cardamine Franchetiana, Diels. - Loxostemon Pelavayi 

Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches Flowers white. Open 
situations on limestone drift, on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2226. Anemone trullifolia, Hook, f . ^o^f^f^^^ 

Var. nov. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Interior A : penan th ^white 
exterior blue. Open situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20 N. Alt. 10,500 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Corydalis 



Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Foliage 



►ryaaiis puicneua, , - " • — k d le bIue> pen 

glaucous green; flowers vvnue, ******* f , , 

titrations on limestone drift on the easte rn fla nk of the 
Lichiang Range. Ut,2 7 9 *£, N « Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 it. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

22^8 AnHrncarP fllrhemilloides, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2* inches. 
' ^F d l^s e puifwSt7ta g rant. Ledges of 1 mesfon, = eh«s ana 

on hu m Ss<overed bou ders on «he^ a e^flank^ of ^^ 

Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 : in. ^ 



June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



no Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



2229. Quercus dentata, Thunb. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Open, dry 

situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2230. Vitis bryoniaefolia, Bunge, var. Semi-scandent shrub of 6 to 12 

ft. Flowers yellowish-green. Dry, open situations amongst 
scrub on the western flank of the low range of hills forming 
the north-eastern boundary of the Lichiang valley. Lat, 
27 io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2231. Euphorbia Bulleyana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to i| ft. 

Flowers nodding, bracts ruddy green. Moist, shady situations 
in pine forests and on mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

^232. Anemone trullifolia, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. campestris, Diels. 

Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Exterior of perianth blue, interior 
white. Arid, stony plain at the north end of the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2233. Berberis elegans, C. K. Schneider. Dwarf, compact, spinous 

shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers yellow, fragrant. Dry, stony 
situations on the plain at north end of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2234. Primula vincaeflora, Franch. Plant of 16 to 14 inches. Flowers 

deep indigo blue, non-fragrant. Moist, shady situations on 
grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2235. Cynoglossum triste, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers dark crimson, almost black. Moist, shady situations 
in dense pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2236. Daphne retusa, Hemsl. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Tube of corolla, 

rose, limb white, fragrant. Very shady situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2237. Euphorbia megistopoda, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 

3 inches. Bracts and flowers greenish-yellow. Damp, peaty 
ground in openings in scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2238. Sorbus reclucta, Diels. Sp. nov. Small shrub of 6 to 24 inches. 

Flowers white. Forming under-scrub in dense thickets and 
mixed woods on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 10' X. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2239. Polygonatum Stewartianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Erect plant of 

18 to 24 inches. Flowers greenish-crimson. In shady pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 



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2240. Euonymus porphyrea, Loes. Sp. nov. Shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Flowers deep black-crimson. Open, rocky situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27° 12' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2241. Cynanchum Forrestii, Schltr. Sp.nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers greenish-orange. Amongst scrub in dry, stony, open 

situations. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2242. Anemone rivularis, Ham. Plant of 14 to 24 inches. Flowers 

white, exterior bluish. Dry, stony, grassy openings in pine 
forests, eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2243. Viburnum kansuense, Batal. Spreading shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers pinkish - white. Borders of thickets and mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

[The specimen has larger and relatively broader leaves and 
larger inflorescences than a plant collected near Ta-chien-lu 
by Potanin and distributed from Petersburg as typical 
V. kansuense.'] 

2244. Neillia gracilis, Franch. Small shrub of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pinkish white. Covering large tracts in moist, shady situations 
in mixed thickets on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12 N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2245. Ranunculus affinis, R. Br., var. flabellata, Franch. Plant of 

6 to 9 inches. Flowers yellow. Open, shady situations on 
the margins of thickets on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2246. Clematis montana, Ham. Scandent shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Flowers fragrant, perianth white, pink or reddish on exterior. 
On scrub on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank ot 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
May 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2247. Corydalis taliensis, Franch. Plant of 2 ft Flowers rose- 

lavender. In dry limestone caves and under rocks on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15 JN. Ait. 
10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. • 

2248. Juncus sp. Plant of 4 to 7 inches. Flowers yellowish-white^ 

Moist, stony alpine pasture on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range Lat 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906- Yunnan, W. China. 

2249. Corydalis Bulleyana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 tc . ic > inches. 

Flowers deep rich rose, fragrant ; margins of ka^crimson. 
Moist situations on limestone drift at base of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range Lat. 27 12 «. A". 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



ii2 Plantae Chinexses Forrestianae 

2250. Peucedanum olivaceum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers dark olive green. Dry situations in shady pine forest 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2251. Disporum pullum, Salisb. Plant of 18 inches. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Shady, rocky situations amongst mixed 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27^ 
io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2252. Paris polyphylla, Sm. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Perianth green, 

anthers orange red, filaments purple, ovary purple. Moist, 
rocky pasture-land, and in and on the margins of pine forests, 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

, 2253. Rhododendron decorum, Franch. ; Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

fragrant, white with green markings. Dry, open situations 
in side valleys and on the edges of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,500 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

[Broader, more obtuse leaves than the type.] 

2254. Primula nivalis, Pallas, var. macrophylla (Don.) Pax.— P. 

nivalis, Pallas, var. sinensis ex. G. Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. 
Gard. Edin. iv. p. 227. Plant of 12 to 24 inches. Flowers 
rich purplish-crimson. Forming masses in open pasture-land 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2255. Paracaryum glochidiatum, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright blue. Damp, shady situations in mixed forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2256. Rosa sericea, Lindl. f. aculeata eglandulosa. Shrub of 3 to 

9 ft. Flowers yellowish- white, fragrant. Mountain meadows 
and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2257. Triosteum hirsutum, Wall. Plant of i to 2 ft. Exterior of 

corolla green, interior livid crimson. Shady, moist situations 
in and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2258. Cardamine granulifera (Franch.) Diels. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers white or pale mauve. Mossy, shady situa- 
tions in dense pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat, 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2259. Polygonatum curvistylum, Hua. Plant of 14 to 20 inches. 

Flowers greenish, spotted purple. Mossy, rocky, shady 
situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 26 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



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Numerical Catalogue u^ 

2260. Heracleum scabridum, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Cultivated ground on plain at the north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. oooo ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

261. Soulieavaginata (Maxim.), Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft: Flowers, 

appearing before foliage is developed, purplish-green, anthers 
lilac. Shady situations amongst boulders in cane scrub on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2262. Salvia fiava, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers canary yellow, with purple markings on upper lob 
of corolla. Shady pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2263. Ophiopogon japonicus, Ker. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. Flowers 

pale blue. Stony, moist pasture-land on plain at the north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2264. Cypripedium marg-aritaceum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Leaves coriaceous, spotted livid purple. Petals and sepals 
yellowish-green, spotted purple. Rostellum reddish-purple. 
Labellum much inflated, 2x1 inch, fleshy, and extremely 
brittle, pale yellow, spotted livid purple, and. densely covered 
with purplish glandular hairs. Moist, stony situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 30' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2265. Lysimachia deltoidea, Wight, var. cinerascens, Franch. Plant 

of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers canary yellow. Dry, stony, open 
situations amongst dwarf scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2266. Viburnum crassifolium, Rehder. Evergreen shrub of 6 to 

9 ft. Flowers creamy white, anthers violet, fruit black. 
Dry, stony situations on low barren hills forming the eastern 
boundary of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
8500 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

[ This specimen has smaller, thicker leaves, which are often 
rounded at the base and shortly acuminate, than Henry, 
"NTn Ann^p fmm Mpnp-fzp. South Yunnan. Similar plants 



are named 



<< 



Franchet 



1024) ! ^t th e Javane 
Yunnan snecimens and 



2267. Dioscorea panthaica, Prain et Burkill. Scandent plant of 6 to 

to ft. Flowers ffreen. Foliage dries black. Amongst and on 



10 ft. Flowers green. 



range 



of hills forming north-eastern boundary of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. KW. Yunnan. 

2268. Leontopodium foliosum (Franch.), Beauv. Plant of jgtoi 6 

inches. Flowers pale creamy white. Dry, stony situation 
on plain at north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10 jn . 
Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 
8 



ii4 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

2269. Cardamine macrophylla, Willd. Plant of ii to 2 ft. Flowers 

deep magenta-rose, faintly fragrant. Moist, rocky situa- 
tions on the margins of cane brakes in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10,500 to 11,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2270. Caragana tibetica, Komarow, vel aff. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 

2\ ft. Corolla pale creamy yellow with pinkish-red stripe 
on vexillum. Forming dense matted cushions amongst 
boulders on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. . Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
- June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2271. Berberis pallens, Franch. Spreading shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers canary yellow. Open, rocky mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

econopsis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

pendulous, rich, satiny purplish-blue, filaments same shade, 
anthers orange. On chalky soil on open mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2272A. Meconopsis Delavayi, Franch. Variety rose-red or pale 

maroon instead of normal blue. 

2272B. Potentilla anserina, Linn. 



2272. M 



cultratum fWall.L Pax. Tree 



°}. 2 5 to 35 ft. Specimens collected in fruit ; fruit crimson. 
Mixed woods m side valley on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2274. Neottia micrantha, Lindl. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Sepals 

and petals brown with scarious margins. On chalky soil in a 

very dense, shady pine forest on the eastern flank of the 

- Lichiang Range Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. 



2275. Primula cortusoides, Linn., var. lichiangensis, G. Forrest. 

Var. nov. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers rich rose-red, 

almost crimson in specimens in shady situations ; eye 

greenish-yellow, fragrant. On very steep, rocky slopes and 

edges of inaccessible limestone cliffs in a very shaded side 

rn' £7 ° a u C eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
10 in. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 



China. 



2276. Primula septemloba, Franch. Plant of 7 to 14 inches. Flowers 

l*L\Z lmS?n ' ? e ™ -pendulous, fragrant. Shady, damp 
J™ ln T ™ lxed Crests in side valleys on the eastern 

W x J£ C H?w n ^ Range - Lat 2 7° 10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. 

June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2277 ' Al *s? riS? ^ len l e ' ?- ngl - Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Spathe 

oSnfn J[ eemSh r hlte and dee P purplish-maroon. Grassy 

Ran^ g "f me o f0r fxT S ° n the eas ^ rn fla nk of the Lichiang 
Kange. Lat.27°2o'N. Alt. oooo t« ™ «™ t* T, inP too6. 



Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. J 



Numerical Catalogue 115 

2278. Luzula campestris, DC. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

dark brown, anthers greenish-yellow. Mountain pasture 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, 
W. China. 

2279. Tovaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 7 to 15 inches. 

Flowers dark green, anthers light yellow. Shady, moist 
situations in pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2280. Oligobotrya Henryi, Baker. Plant of 1 to 2J ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green, sweetly fragrant. Shady pine and mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2281. Scutellaria Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers deep rich blue. On ledges and in clefts of limestone 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2282. Rhododendron indicum, Sweet. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

rose-carmine. Cultivated as an ornamental plant by the 
Mossoo natives of the village of Ho-Yeh-Shiu at the north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 



May 1906. N.W 



2283. Primula 



Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 



Flowers deep rose-red. Forming masses on steep, grassy 
slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 
27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2284. Meconopsis integrifolia, Franch. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers 

light canary yellow, filaments same shade anthers orange. 
Barren, rocky mountain slopes and in side gullies on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 N. Alt. 
11,000 to 13,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2285. Prunella vulgaris, Linn. Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Flowers 

deep purplish-blue. Moist, gravelly, or grassy situations on 
the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley Lat. 
2 7 °io'N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2286. Rubus stans, Focke. Sp. nov. Erect plant of 3 to 4 «. 

Flowers rose-red. Open, stony situations amon|pt scrubon 
+i™«^ + «™fl™ir«*+iipT.iphianff Range. Lat. 27 10 «. aii. 



the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range 

10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. \unnan. 



Flowers, 



green 



sepais ana pexais uiowmsu-g^^"* — - - Wpqts on 

spotted reddish-brown, fragrant. Open pine lores* on 
xC _„x„_ ji„ t- ~* ±u* Tirhianer Range. Lat. 27 i^ *«• 



eastern 



Liie eabieui nan*, ui u^ ^^ o x v \V Vnnnnn 

Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 



n6 Plantar Chixenses Forrestianae 



2288. Oreorchis patens, Lindl. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

brownish-green, labellum spotted reddish- brown, fragrant. 

On humus-covered boulders in open situations on limestone 

drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

[Probably variety of 2287, but with all parts of the flower 
darker. ] 

2289. Anemone coelestina, Franch. Plant of 5 to 8 inches. Flowers 

lavender-blue. In open pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2290. Carex atrata, Linn., subsp. pullata (Boott.), Kiikenth. Plant 

of 10 to 14 inches. Open mountain meadows between pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2291. Ranunculus yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Grassy openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,500 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2292. Acer Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Tree of 30 to 40 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Open situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
10,000 to n.ooo ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

runcinatum, Ham. Plant of 10 to 14 inches. 

Flowers pink. Amongst scrub on moist, grassy openings 
m pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Tune 1006. N.W. 



num 



Yunnan. 



2294. Syr 



Shrub of 8 to 12 ft. Flower: 



pinkish- white, fragrant. Mixed thickets in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[Planta aliquantum variabilis. Folia basin versus minus 

augustata, mflorescentiae majores, laxiores, corolla 0"8-r2 

cm. longa (in typo o-6-o-8 cm. longa), segmenta ad 4 mm. 
longa sunt.] ; b 

2295. Euonymus Hamiltoniana, Wall., sensu amplo. Spreading 

tree of 30 to 40 ft. Flowers yellowish-green. In mixed 
forests m side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

w §e, vw'v 7 IQ/ N - Alt I0 ' 00 ° to 10,500 ft. June 
1906. N.W . Yunnan, China. 

2296. Pentapanax Leschenaultii, Seem. Tree of 30 to 50 ft. Flowers 

green. Mixed forests in open side valleys on the eastern 
J.™ ? u e Ll T chian & Ra nge. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 

tO I0 00 ft. June I906. N.W. Yunnan rhina 



syo 



97- Lonicera lanceolata, Wall. Shrub of 9 to 12 ft. Flowers deep 

wnS^n 105 ; 6 ' n0R ,- fra g ra nt. Open, rocky situations, mixed 
K^nt r + 6 Va ? eyS ; ° n the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

?90 n 6 ge - Y^nS 2 ChL. Alt I0 '° 00 t0 I0 ' 50 ° ft ' J^ 



Numerical Catalogue 117 

2298. Callianthemum cachemirianum, Camb. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. 

Perianth white. On damp, moss-covered boulders and 
ground in open pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2299. Petasites tricholobus, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers faded pink colour, non-fragrant. Damp, mossy 
situations in open pine forests on the eastern flank of 1 lie 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2300. Fern. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Forming dense clumps in 

shady pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2301. Cotoneaster acuminata, Lindl. Spreading shrub of 9 to 12 ft. 

Flowers white, tinged pink. Shady situations in mixed 
forests, side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2302. Rubus subornatus, Focke. Sp. nov. Spinous shrub, branches 

arched, of 4 to 7 ft. Flowers rose-carmine. Grassy openings 
in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

a m ■ m ^ i i 1 I ^ w **> .**. t-w EV \ \ I 



Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. J 
Yunnan. 



W 



2303. Rubus trijugus, Focke. Sp. nov. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Branches 

arched, spinous main stem smooth. Flowers white. Grassy 
openings in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27° 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1900. 



W 



2304. Trigonotis rotundifolia, Benth. Plant of 3 to 12 inches 

Flowers blue. Dry, stony situations m the bed of a mountain 
stream on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
•™' \r ah m nnn ft Tune 1006. N.W. Yunnan. 



10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. J 



2305. Cardamine 



Plant of 5 to 7 inches. 



Flowers white. On moss-covered rocks m very shady situa- 
tions on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range Lat 27 
io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2306. Torilis Anthriscus, Bernh. Plant of 10 to 18 if^.^n 

white. Stony, shady situations, side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 N. Alt. 9000 to 



10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W 



\ 



2307. Phlomis betonicoides, Diels Sp. nov P an .01 irozj - 

Flowers rose-pink. Stony, barren, but cultivated ground on 
plain at north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10 n. 
Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2308. Strobilanthes versicolor, Diels. S P nov Plant : of 1 to fft 

Flowers ranging from pure white to ^' k " u *' te ^X n g 
large tracts "on the mountain meadowy on the ««tonte 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 12 M. 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 



n8 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

2309. Calamintha umbrosa, Benth. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

pale rose. Stony situations in the beds of mountain torrents 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2310. Thalictrum javanicum, Bl. Plant of ij to 2\ ft. Flowers pure 

white. Moist, shady situations on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2311. Cotoneaster thymifolia, Hook, f., forma cochleata, Franch. 

Prostrate shrub of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers white. Covering 
rocks and dry banks in exposed situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 to 
12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

[In shape and texture of the leaves, as well as in their 
glossy upper surface, this form is much nearer to C. 
thymifolia of the Himalaya from Kashmir to Sikkim, than to 
the true C. baxifolia, Wall.] 

2312. Lychnis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 8 inches. Flower 

rose-carmine. Dry, stony situations on the plain at the north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2313- Fritillaria Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. All parts 

thick and fleshy, almost leathery, and glaucous, with a greyish- 
blue bloom, resembling its surroundings. Flowers livid 
yellowish-crimson on exterior, interior brownish -yellow with 
brown markings, fragrant. Open situations on limestone 
drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



Meconops 



Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 15 



inches. Flowers pale blue, filaments a deeper shade, anthers 
blue. Open mountain pasture-land and on the margins of 
cane brakes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2315. Lloydia tibetica, Baker, var. purpurascens, Franch. Plant of 

9 to 15 inches. Flowers white, veined purple-maroon, base 
of exterior of perianth purple-maroon. Interior also veined 
purple-maroon, with the base bright rich brick-red. Open 
mountain pasture-land on the slopes of the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2316. Thalictrum leuconotum, Franch. Plant of i| to 2 ft. Flowers 

drooping yellowish-green. Open mountain pasture-land on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 28 15' N - 
Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2317. Goldbachia lancifolia, Franch. Plant of i£ to 2^ ft. Flowers 

white. Rocky, moist situations on the banks of a mountain 
stream in a side valley on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 119 

2318. Salix floccosa, Burkill. Shrub of 2 to 3 ft. Summit of exposed 

cliffs forming a side valley on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2319. Androsace Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 inch. Flowers pale 

rose, occasionally white, eye yellow. Forming dense cushions 
on humus-covered boulders at the edge of the snow-line on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2320. Prunus undulata, Ham. Spreading tree of 25 to 40 ft. Flowers 

white. Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 




2321. Asparagus filicinus, Ham. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers greenish- 
white. Open, dry situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

. Cypripedium corrugatum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Petals and sepals yellowish-purple, veined deep purple ; 
rostellum purple-maroon ; labellum very deep purplish- 
maroon, in some plants almost black. Open mountain 
meadows and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2323. Rhododendron Beesianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 15 to 

20 ft. Flowers deep rich rose. Open pine forests at base of 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2324. Carduus crispus, Linn. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers pale 

purplish-rose. Drv, rocky pasture-land at base of eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2325. Phtheirospermum tenuisectum, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 6 to 

10 inches. Flowers orange yellow. Dry, open situations in 
pine forests on slopes of the eastern flank of the Lichiang. 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. qooo to 10,500 ft. June 190O. 



W 



Griffithii 



Plant of 



8 to 16 inches. Flowers orange yellow. Dry, stony situations 
at base of and on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Rang* 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2327. Rubia podantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Semi-scandent plant of 

U to 4 ft. Flowers brown -crimson. Dry, stony situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 190b. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



120 Plaxtae Chixexses Forrestiaxae 

2328. Pedicularisdensispica,Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

rose-red, and very pale pink. Dry, barren, rocky pasture- 
land on the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2329. Rubus lutescens, Franch. Shrub of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pale canary yellow. Grassy openings in rhododendron forest 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 18' N 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2330. Rubus loropetalus, Franch. Creeping shrub of 3 to 4 inches. 

Flowers pure white. In dense, shady pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 20' N Alt 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2331-iEutrema yunnanense, Franch. Plant of i| to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Rocky, moist situations in the bed of a mountain 
stream on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 10 N. Alt. 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2332. Aquilegia vulgaris, Linn. Plant of x\ to 2* ft. Flowers deep 

purple. Rocky, moist situations at base of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[Most authors name our plant A. vulgaris, Linn. ; Franchet 
makes it a variety (var. oxypetala). It is doubtful whether 
it is really so near the European plant.] 

2333- Plectranthus pleiophyllus, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 3 to 

j it. blowers bright blue, foliage aromatic. Dry, rocky 
situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2334-! Potentilla fruticosa, Linn. Spreading shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

flnwWv^ Dr y> ston y hillsi des on the eastern 
1° he fichiang Range. Lat. 27° 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2335. Megacarpaea Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

amon^r? 1 ! 1 Str ° ngly fragrant °P en ' moist situations 
amongst boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

f o6 g N w v 7 I0 X.. Alt "'^o t0 I2 ' 000 ft J une 
190O. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2336. Rosa macrophvlla, Lindl., f . gracilis, Focke. Shrub of 4 to 6 

in «£ T? rS * W* rose ' no n-fragrant. Open situations 
R.nl t S f th o ba ? e ° f the east em flank of the Lichiang 
? a *fL Lat 2 7 IO R- Alt. 9000 ft. Tune 1006. N.W. 



Yunnan . 



2337- IMn^dM Franch. Plant of 3 to 8 ft. Perianth 

shadv thtvL S ^ PUrple ' accordi ng to situation. Moist, 
Lat 27° i? V a u he c eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

Yunnfn/China. **' 85 °° t0 I0 <°° ft " ^ ***• N ' W ' 



Numerical Catalogue 121 

2338. Incarvillea lutea, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Flowers pale 

canary yellow, tube of corolla darkest. Thickets and 
scrub-covered ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to n,ooo ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 339- Rodgersia pinnata, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers pale 

yellowish, or pink, according to situation. Shady or open 
moist situations in mixed woods and forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

* 

2340. Salix Lindleyana, Wall. Prostrate shrub of 1 to 2 ft. On 

limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2341. Cypripedium luteum, Franch. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. 

Flowers pale yellow, marked and veined pale violet. Shady, 
stony situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2342. Trollius patulus, Salisb. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers rich 

golden yellow, fragrant. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 343- Berberis pallens, Franch. Spreading spinous shrub of 8 to 10 ft. 

Flowers bright golden yellow, non-fragrant. Open situations 
on margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2344. Polygonatum fuscum, Hua. Semi-scandent plant of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers purplish-green. Moist, rocky situations amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2345. Calanthe undulata, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to i* ft. 

Petals and sepals dull yellow. Rostellum and labellum deep 
maroon. Non-fragrant. Shady, dry situations amongst 
scrub in a side valley on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2346. Pleione Henryi, Rolfe. Plant of 4 to 8 inches - . FIowers ' 

appearing first, magenta-rose with darker markings on 
labellum Crevices of rocks and dry, stony situations on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 jn. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, Chma. 

2347. Roscoea Chamaeleon, Gagnep. vel aff . Plant of 6 to 9 inches 

Flowers bright bluish-purple. Crevices and ledges of lmic 
stone cliffs !nd rocks on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 to 10.500 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 




Plaxtae Chixexses Forrestiaxae 



2348. Myosotis silvatica, Hoffm. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Marshy, boggy meadow on the plain at the 
north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2349. Gentiana bella, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. Corolla, 

exterior green, interior bright rich blue. Grassy situations 
on the margins of a bog on the north end of the Lichiang 
plain. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2350. Veronica Anagallis, Linn. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

bluish-white, veined darker. Open situations on the margins 
of a bog on the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



My 



Plant of 3 to 8 inches. Flowers 



bright blue. Stony, boggy ground on the margin of a pond 
on the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 
27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2 352. Lysimachia lichiangensis, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers pinkish-white. Shady, rocky situations 
at the base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2353. Rubus micranthus, D. Don. Spinous shrub of 6 to 8 ft. 

Branches arched; flowers magenta-rose. Open, stony 
situations at the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2354. Anaphalis chlamydophylla, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 5 

inches. Flowers pale yellowish- white. Forming dense 
cushions on the faces and ledges of limestone cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2354 A - Anaphalis chlamydophylla, Diels. Sp. nov. Dwarf plant of 

1 to 2 inches. Flowers yellowish- white. In clefts of lime- 
stone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 14,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2355- Glycyrrhiza echinata, Linn. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers pale 

blue. Open, stony ground at base of the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2356- Rheum Emodi, Wall. Plant of 1$ to 3 ft. Flowers red. 

Clefts and ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2357- Festuca sp. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Dry, stony situations 

amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat 27 12N. Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, 



* 



Numerical Catalogue 123 

2 358. Veronica capitata, Benth. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

pale blue. Grassy, shady openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10.500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2359- Carex atrofusca, Schkuhr, var. minor, Boott. Plant of 9 to 12 

inches. Amongst grass on limestone drift on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2360. Senecio dictyoneurus, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Flowers 

rich orange. Ledges and clefts of cliffs in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2361. Strobilanthes yunnanensis, Diels. Sp. no v. Shrub of 2 to 

5 ft. Flowers bright blue. Moist, shady situations in thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2362. Sorbus Vilmorini, C. K. Schneider. Spreading shrub or tree of 

15 to 30 ft. Flowers yellowish-white. In thickets and open 
situations on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. if 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2363. Galium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Dry, stony situations in bed of 
stream at base of eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2364. J uncus allioides, Franch. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Mountain pasture-land on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2365. Sonchus arvensis, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Moist, shady situations at base of eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2366. Senecio chrysanthemoides, DC. Plant of 14 to 24 inches 

Flowers orange. Moist, grassy situations on the borders ot 
thickets along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 190b. 

N.W. Yunnan. 

2367. Polygala iaponica, Houtt. Half shrubby plant of 6 to 12 

o^/. t. "ijrsoia ja.^v/i"*. , forests on the eastern 

mches. Flowers blue. In dry pine ioiebib un 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2368. Orchis Giraldiana, Kranzlin. Plant .of. 5 * ,8 inches. Flowers 



rich rose-purple. 



and 



Lichiang 



Range 



Lat. 27 18' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 tt. J 



1906. N.W. Yunnan 



124 Plaxtae Chinexses Forrestianae 

2369. Geranium gracilipes, R. Knuth. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers rose-pink. Dry, stony situations amongst scrub 
and in thickets on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. io ? ooo to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2370. Rosa moschata, Herrm., var. yunnanensis, Franch. Semi- 

scandent shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Flowers white, fragrant. By 
streams in shady situations on the plain at the north end of 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. NAV. Yunnan, China. 

2371. Carum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

white. Moist, shady situations by streams on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2372. Thladiantha villosula, Cogn. vel aff. Semi-scandent plant of 

10 to 20 ft. Flowers yellow. On scrub in thickets on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2373. Cnicus Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers, corollas crimson -purple, anthers white, giving the 
head a ruddy grey appearance. Very boggy ground on 
the plain at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 
27 io' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2374. Arisaema fraternum, Schott. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. In- 

florescence green, slightly veined purple. Mountain meadows 
and grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2375- Euphorbia Wallichii, Hook. f. vel aff. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Dry, open situations in scrub and pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 12' N Alt. 9000 to 10,000. ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, Chma. 

[The stem and leaves are glabrous throughout, the ovary 
hairy. The fruit not being known, the identification is not 
yet established.] 

2376. Lichen. On limestone cliffs and rocks on the eastern flank of 

the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 15,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2377- Sedum scabridum, Franch. (?). Tufted plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

* lowers red, anthers green. In crevices of boulders and on 
limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

% ^u- N - Alt - "^oo to 12,000 ft. June 1906. Yun- 
nan, W. China. J y 

2378. Thalictrum cultratum, Wall. Plant of 2 to 4 A ft. Perianth 

y r + K t • S n dr £ Shady led § es of cliffe °n the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range Lat.2 7 i 5 'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan China 






Numerical Catalogue 125 

2379. Astragalus nigrescens, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

blue. Rocky pasture in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2380. Galium triflorum, Michx. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

white, whole plant fragrant. Rocky, shady situations in 
thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2381. Corydalis stenantha, Franch. Slender plant of 14 inches. 

Flowers blue and white, non-fragrant. Very shady, moist 
thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' M. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2382. Leptodermis Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers rose-lavender, drying black. Margins of thickets 
in shady, open situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9500 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2383. Boschniackia himalaica, Hook. f. et Thoms. Plant of 9 to 15 

inches. Flowers greyish-brown. Parasitical on the roots of 
rhododendron in open pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2384. Sedum yunnanense, Franch., var. Forresti, Hamet. Var. nov. 

Plant of 8 to 16 inches. Foliage deep crimson. Flowers 
red, anthers greenish-yellow. Crevices and ledges of cliffs, 
and on limestone drift in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,500 
ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2385. Arisaema Wilsonii, Engl. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Stem purple. 

spathe deep purple-maroon, broadly striped or veined pure 
white. Appendage black-purple. Amongst boulders in 
moist, shady thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2386. Lonicera xerocalyx, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 10 to 15 ft. 

Flowers yellow, non-fragrant. Fruit dull orange yellow. 
Margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15" N. Alt. 10,500 ft. June 1906. Yun- 
nan, W. China. 

2387. Corydalis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

rich golden yellow with darker markings, powerfully fragrant. 
Grassy situations on rocky slopes on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Coryd 



Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 



rich clear blue and white. Grassy openings in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



126 Plaxtae Chixexses Forrestiaxae 

2389. Corydalis pachycentra, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Foliage glaucous, flowers rich deep blue with a few white mark- 
ings. Rocky meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' X. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. Tune 1006 
N.W. Yunnan, China. J J 

2390. Lilium lophophorum, Franch. Plant of 10 to 18 inches 

Flowers rich canary yellow with a few dark brown markings 
at base, fragrant, pendulous. Grassy openings in pine forests 
and on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2391- Cornus capitata, Wall. Tree of 20 to 50 ft. Flowers rich lemon 

yellow ; fruit bright red, edible. Open situations by streams 
and water-courses and on the margins of pine forests. Gener- 
ally distributed over N.W. Yunnan. Lat. 26 28' N Alt 
6000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2392. Dregea sinensis, Hemsl. Semi-scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

blowers creamy white with violet markings. Dry, open 
situations amongst scrub on the low foothills at the southern 

end of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 9000 ft. Tune 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. J 

2393- Tofieldiayunnanensis, Franch., velaff. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

flowers creamy white. On mossy banks and humus-covered 
boulders in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

t f • xt w'v 7 3 ° K Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2394- Salvia hylocharis, Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of ii to 3 ft. Flowers 

rich yellow, lower lobe of corolla marked violet. Open 
situations m dense pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range Lat. 27° 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2395. Rhododendron adenogynum, Diels. Sp. nov. Branched 

n£t n t\° F1 ° We n S White ' corolla s % htl Y fleshy, tinged 

raiv ™ l° T ' eS P eciall .y at bas e> fragrant. Scattered over 
F^tJrnT 1 fi 10 ? 65 . 111 Sma11 clum P s of 3 to 4 plants. 

?iOOO to rfnn «* L T Chlang ***&• ***' 2 7° »' * Alt. 

11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2396. Roscoea alpina Royle. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

on the ™r^ / OSe ' °/ White - Moist g rass Y situations 
Lkhkn^RS " T P1 ? e f °o rest ^ on the astern flank of the 
wTJ^Tw i?- 2 ?*-}*: N - Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 



June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



H 



Plant of 



6tnninrW TTi « v — •' , F " Vci w> scnitr. riant 01 

notCtt F^™ Ct™dt ing ? ° f a dee P CT S* 

nurnle nn nnri^r c + 7r •! ' ?P otted Purple on upper surface, 

2 e ^ er MC S , ton y situations on dry, open banks amongst 
2?2o' N A ? fla f k ° f the Lichi W Range. L^at. 
Yunnan 9 t0 I0 '° 00 ft J une *9<*- N.W. 



Numerical Catalogue 127 

2398. Primula pinnatifida, Franch. Plant of 2 to 7 inches. Flowers 

deep rich purplish-blue, fragrant. Moist, grassy situations 

on mountain slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2399. Primula bella, Franch. Plant of 1 inch. Flowers rich deep 

purplish-blue. In peaty soil on a barren limestone ridge at 
the extreme limit of vegetation on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 16,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2400. Hemerocallis fulva, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rich 

reddish-orange, non-fragrant. Grown by the Mossoo natives 
of the north end of the Lichiang valley as an ornamental 
plant. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2401. Saxifraga cortusaefolia, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 6 to 15 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers brick-red. On moss-covered rocks 
and banks in shady pine and mixed forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2402. Rosa macrophylla, Lindl.,f.parceglandulosa. ShrubofstoS 

ft. Flowers bright rose ; fruit bright scarlet, calyx persistent. 
Very shady situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,500 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2403. Leptodermis Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Branching shrub of 

4 to 6 ft. Flowers pure lavender, non-fragrant. Very shady 
situations in a deep side valley on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2404. Iris Potanini, Maxim. (?). Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers deep 

blue-purple, fragrant. On a humus-covered boulder in bed 
of a mountain stream on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2405. Ophiopogon Wallichianus, Hook. f. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, faintly fragrant. On ledges of cliffs and in 
very shady pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2406. Clintonia udensis, Trautv. et Mey. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, odourless, peduncle elongated in fruit, fruit 
black. Very shady situations in dense rhododendron and 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2407. Stereosanthus yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 12 to 24 inches. 

Flowers orange yellow. Grassy situations in and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



128 Plantae Chixexses Forrestianae 

2408. Rhododendron taliense, Franch. Large branching shrub of 

15 to 25 ft. Flowers pinkish-white, base of interior of corolla 
deep crimson, non-fragrant. Open, rocky slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2409. Rhododendron taliense, Franch. Branching shrub of 10 to 20 

ft. Flowers white with a crimson blotch on interior of 
corolla. Open, rocky situations on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 12,000 to 12,500 ft. 
May 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

[Possibly a variety of No. 2408. Umbels looser and formed 
of fewer flowers, those larger. Leaves broader, with the 
under surface of a lighter shade.] 

2410. Bergenia purpurascens (Hook. f. et Thorns.), Engl., var. 

Delavayi (Franch.), Engl, et Irmscher. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 
Flowers rich deep rose-purple. Rocky, stony slopes, margins 
of cane brakes, etc., on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

Jyi? T ge ; Lat.27°i2'N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. May 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. y y 

2411. Thalictrum alpinum, Linn. Plant of 3 to 10 inches. Foliage 

coriaceous, perianth purplish-green s On limestone drifts on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2412. Thalictrum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers pale 

purple. Dry situations amongst scrub on the margins of pine 
forests ^on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat, 

27 20 N Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
lunnan, China. 

2413. Lychnis adenantha, Franch. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

pale pinkish- white. Dry, barren, stony ground amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



Sambucus 

white. ! 



grassy 



pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 12 N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. J J 

2415. Gentiana asterocaiyx, Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Corolla interior bright blue, exterior green. Dry situations 
in open pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

China 7 3 ° II,00 ° **" ^ Une I9 ° 6 ' N,W ' Yunnan ' 

2416. Lespedeza Forrestii, Schindler. Sp.nov. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

I 'lowers pale pink. Dry, shady situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2417. Nardostachys grandiflora, DC. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers rose-lavender. Whole plant, especially the root, has 
a strong odour of valerian. Dry, shady situations amongst 

tSE o n ° pen T pme forests on the eastern flank of the 
Sl Ra "f w ^t. 27° 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



I 



Numerical Catalogue 129 

2418. Juncus allioides, Franch. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers pale 

yellowish-white. Very boggy situations in open pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat, 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2419. Clematis grata, Wall. Scandent shrub of 15 to 20 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white, fragrant. On scrub in open situations on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2420. Pedicularis filicula, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

deep rich crimson. Steep, rocky, grassy slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2421. Picris hieracioides, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers orange. 

Open pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Rani. . 
Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2422. Pyrola atropurpurea, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

purplish-green, margins yellow. Very shady situations in 
pine forests and cane brakes on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2423. Cornus Monbeigii, Hemsl. Tree of 25 to 40 ft. Flowers 

creamy white, non-fragrant. Open situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. 
China. 

2424. Scutellaria likiangensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 1$ ft. 

flowers greenish-yellow, veined and marked pale purple. 
Open, dry situations amongst scrub and in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' X. 
Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2425. Hypericum Hookerianum, W. & A. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers orange yellow. Open, stony situations on the plain 
at the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
8500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2426. Iris Forrestii, Dykes. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers canary yellow, outer segments of perianth marked 
blackish-green, fragrant. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30" N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2427. Senecio vellereus, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

deep orange. Open, grassy situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2428. Clematis chrysocoma, Franch. Plant of 6 inches. Flowers 

white (?). Collected in seed. Clefts of limestone boulders on 



flank 

Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W 



Lat. 27 30' N 



2429. Cypripedium fasciolatum, Franch. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Perianth dull yellow, veined and streaked purplish-rose. 
Open, dry stony situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

9 



x 3o Plantae Chinexses Forrestianae 

2430. E. Royleana, Lindl. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers ruddy green 

on outer surface, green on inner. Rostellum green. Labellum 
thick and fleshy, in two portions, basal, green veined and 
streaked purplish-rose, with a streak of orange down the 
centre ; the other part thick and spongy, in form almost 
rotund, loosely attached to basal portion, of a purplish-rose 
colour marked on upper centre with a blotch of orange; 
non-fragrant. Stony, open situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N Alt 
n 3 ooo ft. June 1906. N.W, Yunnan. 

2431. Indigofera pendula, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. Corolla ex- 

terior dove-grey, interior rich deep rose. Possibly variety of 
2197, but a smaller shrub with foliage larger and flowers 
richer in colour and also larger. Damp, shady pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 30' N 
Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2432. Sibiraea tomentosa, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers pale yellowish-white. Moist, rocky situations in the 
bed of a stream on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

China 27 3 ° Alt ' II,00 ° "' JunC I9 ° 6, N,W - Yunnan ' 

2433. Lilium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers olive 

brown, spotted deep purple, fragrant. Dry, stony situations 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° W N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2434- Arisaema consanguineum, Schott. Plant of 1 to 2* ft. Spathe 

green and yellow. Dry, rocky situations on the low range of 
hills forming the north-eastern boundary of the Lichiang 
N w 6y V± a i 2 ?j£ X - Alt - 9000 to xo/oo ft. June x 9 o6 § 



Polygonum sphaerostachyum, Meissn. Plant of 1 ft. Flowers 

r>l? £ + r ° Se - M° untain meadows and on the margins of 

Lat 27° 2 S ,' S N° n In eaStem flank of the Lichian S W- 
Y a unna 7 n^hina. ** "'** t0 I2 '°°° * ^ ***. N.W. 

2436 ' B ?reen ^^ITT* **% Shrub of 6 to M *• lowers 

s g crub in sfcW?ll When C ° lleCted - °P en situations amongst 

Lat 2? 10^ N A y , S ° n 6a ! tern flank of the Lichian S R a 4e. 
Lat. 27 10 N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2437 ' P °lran^ %^°^ nn - Sh ™b of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers bright 

*7° 18' N. Alt. II)0 oo SX^^^fY^S. Lat 

2438. Shuteria anomala, Pampinini. 



phicarpa 



wSe On s ?ruh m I"' ^ ^ d Carina bas * P^e blue, tip 
eastern flank "S^ ™\ pine f ° reStS ° n ^ 

10 000 to IT onn ft V 1 g ^ Range ' Lat 27° 20' N. Alt. 

10,000 to ii.ooo ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 131 

2439- Crotalaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. 

Flowers orange, vexillum striped dark brown. Dry, stony 
situations on open plain at north end of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. 
China. 

- 

2440. Primula Bulleyana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of i\ to 2 J ft. 

Flowers deep reddish- orange, in bud deep brownish- crimson, 
faintly fragrant. Moist, open situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2441. Sedum bupleuroides, Wall. (?) Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers 

reddish-brown, anthers green. Dry, stony, open situations, 
ledges of cliffs, etc., on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. 
Yunnan, W. China. 

■ 

2442. Pieris villosa, Hook. f. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Flowers pure waxy 

white, non-fragrant. Open, shady situations in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2443. Vicia dichroantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Scandent plant of 6 to 10 

ft. Flowers dull orange, vexillum tipped purple. On scrub 
in dense thickets on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2444. Arisaema consanguineum, Schott. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Spathe deep purple, veined green. Open mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2445. Potentilla peduncularis, Don, var. obscura, Hook. f. Plant 

of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers orange yellow. Open mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2446. Vaccinium fragile, Franch. Small shrub of ih to 3 ft. Flowers 

white, striped rose or scarlet. Open, stony situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2447- Onosma paniculatum, Bur. et Franch. Plant of ii to 2.\ ft. 

Flowers at first rose-purple, then blue. Dry, stony, open 
situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10.500 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2448. Ajuga lupulina, Maxim., var. major, Diels. Var. nov. Plant 

of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers watery transparent white, veined 
and streaked bright blue. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



132 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2449. Primula Bulleyana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. P. serratifolia r 

Franch. ex G. Forrest, in Notes, Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. iv. 
p. 232. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rich pale rose, crushed 
strawberry shade. Moist, open situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25" N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2450. Pedicularis oxycarpa, Franch. Plant of 8 to 17 inches. 

Flowers rose and white. Open, grassy situations in pine forests 
at base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27°^ 
30' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2451. Stranvaesia glaucescens, Lindl. Shrub or tree of 20 to 30 ft. 

Flowers white. Open situations in pine forests at the base 
of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2452. Rubus alexeterius, Focke. Sp. nov. Spinous shrub of 4 to 

7 ft. Branches arched. Flowers white, fruit large, yellow, 
edible. Shady, rocky situations in pine forests on eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2453. Rubus biflorus, Ham. Spinous shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Branches 

arched. Flowers white, fruit large, yellow, edible. Open, 
shady situations on margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20" N. Alt. 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2454. Epipactis consimilis, Don. Plant of 10 to 14 inches. Flowers 

green. Dense, shady thickets in side valleys on eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 18' N. Alt. 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2455. Anemone flaccida, F. Schmidt. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white. In shady, moist cane brakes in dense pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2456. Strobilanthes Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. All parts with exception of corolla glandular Flowers 
pale blue. Open, grassy situations by streams on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 457- Spiraea Aruncus, Linn. Plant of 4 to 5 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white, faintly fragrant. Shady situations on the 
margins of mixed thickets and woods at the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2458. Sedum yunnanense, Franch., var. valerianoides, Hamet. 

Var nov. Plant of 12 to 24 inches. Flowers green. Ledges 
ol shady cliffs and on humus-covered boulders on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. China. 



Numerical Catalogue 133 

2459. Allium rubellum, M.B. (?) Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers rose- 

pink. Very dry, rocky situations amongst scrub on low 
foothills at south end of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 5' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2460. Stephania Delavayi, Diels. Climber of 6 to 8 ft. Flowers 

brown. On scrub in moist, open situations on low foothills 
at south end of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 



8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



2461. 



2462. Potentilla leuconota, Don. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

orange yellow. Shady, grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2463. Rheum Forrestii, Diels. Sp. now Plant of 2 to 2 \ ft. Flowers 

white. Clefts and ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2464. Incarvillea grandiflora, Bur. et Franch., var. brevipes, 

Sprague. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. Corolla, limb pale rose, 
tube yellow. Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2465. Arisaema talense, Engl. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Spathe 

green. Dry, barren, rocky situations on the low range of 
hills forming the north-eastern boundary of the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2466. Herminium ophioglossoides, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 

to 8 inches. Flowers greenish-yellow. Moist, grassy situa- 
tions by streams at the base of the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 



June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Linn 



Flowers 



yellow. Open situations in a bog at the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2468. Ophioglossum sp. Plant of 8 to 10 inches. Inflorescence 

yellowish-green. Moist, grassy situation in willow scrub 
by a stream on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2469. Ephedra Gerardiana, Wall., var. sikkimensis, Stapf. Shrub 

of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers greenish-orange. Stony moist, 
grassy situations in bed of stream on the eastern flank ot the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' K. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2470. Polygonum campanulatum, Hook. f. Plant of 1 to . 

Flowers pinkish-white. Mountain pasture on the nic.. .~ 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 190b. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 



\ 



i34 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2471. Vicia tridentata, Bunge (?). Plant of 3 to 12 inches. Flowers 

blue. Amongst grass and scrub on open mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N 
Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2472. Oreorchis micranttfa, Lindl. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flower 

appearing before foliage, olive-brown, labellum lighter in 
colour and spotted purple, fragrant. Very moist, grassy, 
shady situations by side of stream on eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. Tune 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2473- Cobresia capillifolia (Decne.), C. B. Clarke, var. condensata, 

Kukenth. Var. nov. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Stonv, moist 
situations m the bed of a stream at the base of the'eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2474. Salix Lindleyana, Wall. Procumbent shrub of 2-4 inches. 

Moist, grassy situations by streams on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



raus 



Unearifoha, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 
green. Very shady, moist situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 2< N. Alt. 
11,000 it. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2476. Calamintha chinensis, Benth, var. megaiantha, Diels. Var. 

nov. Rant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers rose-red. Amongst 
grass in willow scrub, margins of streams on the eastern 
ttank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 
ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2477. Pedicularis rex, Clarke. Plant of 1 to 4 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Moist, shady situations in and on the margins of pine and 
other forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Common all along the base of flank. Lat. 27 -27° 30' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 
[Specimens from Alt. 10,000 ft.] 

2478. Thalictrum trichopus, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2! ft. Perianth, 

mtenor white, exterior pale purple. Moist, shady situations 
in dense pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906 
N.W. Yunnan, China. "* y 

2479. Caitha palustris, Linn var. umbrosa, Diels. Var. nov. Plant 

t w 9 f ' ? l0 Y ers oran S e y ellow - Moist situations 
m shady pine forests along the base of the eastern flank of 

• rnnfi M a f#v ange - ^at 27 30' N. Alt. n,ooo ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2480. Primula pulchella, Franch. Plant of 4 to 7 inches. Flowers 

K^? 0US ' purplish-blue, fragrant. Shady, grassy 

situations in pine forests at the base of the eastern fl£ik of 

Tnn^ kT^v^ 6 - La t -2 7 o 20'N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue %4 



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2481. Jurinea berardioides (Franch.), Diels. Plant of 1 inch. 

Flowers pale purple. Open, barren situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15" N. Alt. 10,500 ft, 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2482. Morinachlorantha, Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

green with a very rank odour. Moist, shady ledges of cliffs 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2483. Stachys Franchetiana, Leveille. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers rose, striped white. Shady, rocky situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2484. Rubia yunnanensis (Franch. ms.), Diels. Sp. nov. Pros- 

trate plant of 3 to 8 inches. Flowers yellow. Dry, stony, 
barren pasture-land along base of foothills to south of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 8000 to 8500 ft. June 
. 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2485. Amethystea coerulea, Linn. Plant of 9 to 12 indies. Flowers 

deep rich indigo blue. Barren, stony pasture-land along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
12' N. Ait. 8200 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2486. Senecio sp. aff. saxatilis, Wall. Plant of 14 to 20 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Boggy pasture-land at base of the eastern 



flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt 



9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2487. Scirpus setaceus, Linn. Tufted plant of 1 to 2 inches. Flowers 

brownish-green. Forming large patches on boggy ground 
at the base of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12 N. Alt. 
8500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2488. Vicia unijuga, A. Br. Plant of 2 to 3 ft Flowers blue. 

Amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2489. Phlomis bracteosa, Royle. Plant of 1 to 2 ft Flowers .white 

In shadv mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2490. Epilobium himalayense, Hausskn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft Flowers 

pale rose. Shady, moist situations on the margins of cane 

brakes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range^ Lat. 27 

t -/xt ai+ xn nnn tn tt noo t. Tune IQ06. N.W. Yunnan, 



China . 

2491, Epilobium 



15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. J 



Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 



Flowers rose-red. Open mountain pasture-land on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15 N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2492. Sedum bupleuroides, Wall.(?) Mjrt oi 14 to* iwta. 

^ Flowers green. Open, grassy situation, in pickets on U* 

eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 20 N. A* 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 



136 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2493. Gentiana gentilis, Franch., var. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. 

Flowers deep blue, exterior striped green. Barren grass-land 
in the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[This has sometimes the calyx nearly smooth. The whole 
group is very variable and needs further observation to 
define the specific limits.] 

2494. Ligustrum lucidum, Ait. Tree or shrub of 15 to 30 ft. 

Flowers white, fragrant. Open situations on the foothills at 
the southern end of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 
8200 to 9500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2495. Calanthe buccinifera, Rolfe. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers 

rich rose-purple, labellum a darker shade of same, non- 
fragrant. Amongst and on moss-grown boulders in dense, 
shady pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2496. Calanthe Delavayi, Finet. Plant of 9 to 16 inches. Flowers 

of a pale, watery, whitish-rose, veined and marked a deeper 
shade of rose, non-fragrant. Stony, moist situations in 
open pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. 

2497. Lespedeza hirtelia, Franch. Shrubby plant of i| to 2J ft. 

Flowers deep violet-rose. Dry, open, rocky situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2498. Parnassia Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

pure white, striped bright green. Rocky mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 

20' X. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2499. Veronica laxa, Benth. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

blue. Moist, shady situations amongst grass on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2500. Boenninghausenia aibiflora, Reichb., var. longipes, Franch. 

Dwarf shrub of i to i£ ft. Flowers white with yellow 
markings at base of petals. Dry, shady situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2501. Geum strictum, Ait. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Moist, shady situations on the margins of thickets on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
9500 to 10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2502. Campanula colorata, Wail. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

blue. Barren, stony pasture-land at base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 






Numerical Catalogue 137 

2503. Leycesteria formosa, Wall. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

white, non-fragrant. Open, moist situations on the margins 
of thickets on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2504. Rosa macrophylla, Lindl. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers, 

various shades of rose, according to situation. Fruit large, 
I by I inch, bright scarlet, glabrous, calyx persistent. Shady 
thickets and pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2505. Rhododendron lepidotum, Wall. Dwarf shrub of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers rich crimson-rose, markings a shade darker. Crevices 
of conglomerate cliffs in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2506. Adonis brevistyla, Franch. Plant of 1 J to 2| ft. Perianth 

white, segments ribbed, giving a watery, shining appearance 
to the flowers. In cane brakes and very dense, moist, shady 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 35' N. Alt. 11,000 to 11,500 ft. June 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2507. Plectranthus irroratus, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Shrub of 2 to 

3 ft. Flowers blue. Dry, shady situations amongst under- 
scrub in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. June 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2508. Aster Harrowianus, Diels, var. glabratus, Diels. Sp. et var. 

nov. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers purplish-blue. Shady, 
rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2509. Didissandra lanuginosa, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rich blue. Dry, open situations on rocks, and faces 
of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2510. Roettlera Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers canary yellow. On moss-covered boulders and 
branches of trees in very shady situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2511. Cotoneaster angustifolia, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

dirty white, non-flagrant. Dry, open situations in ravines 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2512. Hemerocallis Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 to 18 

inches. Flowers deep reddish-orange, non-flagrant. Dry 
clefts and ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27°i2 / N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 



138 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



jpatorium Wallichii 

to 5 ft. Flowers whitish-rose. Dry 



Plant of 3 



at the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 io' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. June 1906. N.W. 
. Yunnan. 

2514. Cotoneaster pannosa, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

white, pinkish on exterior. Dry, shady situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the foothills of the Lichiang 
• Range. Lat. 27° io' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 5 I 5- Lysimachia barystachys, Bunge. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. Dry, barren, stony ground 
at the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2516. Saxifraga micranthoides, Engl. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 5 

inches. Flowers white, filaments petaloid, anthers brick-red. 
Moist, shady situations on rocks and ledges of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2517. Desmodiumcinerascens, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

pale rose, non-fragrant. Dry situations amongst mixed 
scrub in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

2518. 

2519. Pyroia decorata, H. Andres. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pale greenish-white. Amongst dwarf scrub and 
undergrowth in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2520. Gnaphalium multiceps, Wall. Plant of 1 to i| ft. Flowers 

rich brassy yellow. Dry, stony, open situations along the 

base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 

12' N. Alt. 8200 to 9000 ft. July 1906. Yunnan, W. 
China. 

2521. Rodgersia pinnata, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

yellowish white or pink according to situation. Rocky, 
shady situations in mixed woods in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 



10,500 ft. June 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

Aster trinervius 



Plant 



1 to 2 ft. Flowers white. Shady, rocky situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July iqo6. N.W. 
Yunnan. J y 



Oxyria elatior, Wall. Plant 



lowers green 
eastern flank 



ol the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 139 

2524. Leonurus sibiricus, Linn. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers rose-pink. 

Dry, open, rocky situations at base of the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 9500 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2525. Potentilla chinensis, Ser. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

orange yellow. Dry, barren situations on plain to the north 
of the city of Lichiangfu. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 8200 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2526. Alisma Plantago, Linn. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers white. In 

ponds and ditches on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 5' N. 
Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2527. Morus alba, Linn. Tree of 30 to 40 ft. Flowers green. Open, 

dry situations on the Lichiang plain. Lat 27 5' N. Alt. 
8200 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2528. Origanum vuigare, Linn. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

rose-pmk. Whole plant fragrant, aromatic. Dry, barren 
situations on the Lichiang plain in pine forests. Lat. 27 5' N. 
Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2529. Cardamine multijuga, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pale lavender. Margins of ponds and in ditches on 
the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

253°- Cyananthus macrocalyx, Franch. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers primrose yellow. Open mountain pasture-land on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

Pleurospermum Davidi, Franch. vel aff. Plant of 12 to 18 
inches. Flowers white, anthers violet-brown. Open 
mountain pasture-land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 



2531 



1906. Yunnan, W 



usual. The form 



rounded 



2532. Clerodendron fragrans, Vent. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

crimson. Open, stony situations amongst scrub on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 533- Celsia coromandeliana, Vahl. Plant of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, barren situations on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 
27°5'N. Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2 534- Pimpinella flaccida, C. B. Clarke. Semi-procumbent plant of 12 

to 18 inches. Flowers brownish-red. Open mountain meadows 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. July 
1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2 535- Arenaria trichophora, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

r.rpvirp.s and lederes of cliffs and on 



white, anthers violet, 
open, stony pasture-land on the eastern flank of the 
Range. Lat. 27 15" N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. J 
N.W. Yunnan. 



Lichiang 



140 Plaxtae Chixenses Forrestianae 

2 536- Festuca sp. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Amongst scrub in dry, stony 

situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. Yunnan, 
W. China. 

2 537- Bromus asper, Murr. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Mountain 

pasture on the margins of pine forest on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. July 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2538. Brachypodium silvaticum (Huds.), R. et Sch. Plant of 1 to 2 

ft. Amongst dwarf scrub in open situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2539. Agrostis sp. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Very dry, stony situations 

on open pasture on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. Yunnan, 
W. China. 

2540. Phlornis megalantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers deep, almost black crimson. Open, grassy situations 
amongst scrub on the margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. July 1906. N. W. Yunnan. 

2541. Onosma paniculatum, Bur. et Franch. Plant of ij to 2\ ft. 

Flowers rose-red, crushed strawberry shade. Dry, open, 
stony situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2542. Swertia hypericoides, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Corolla transparent, of a pale, watery, bluey-grey. Dry, 
barren pasture-land at the base of the foothills of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2543. Poterium officinale (Linn.), Benth. et Hook. f. Plant of 1 to 2 J 

ft. Flowers crimson. Marshy, open situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
9500 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2544- Orchis basifoliata, Schltr. Comb, nov.— Peristylus tetralobus, 

Finet, var. basifoliatus. Plant of 5 to 8 inches. Flowers 
pure white, basal portion of labellum with a few markings of 
pale purple, faintly fragrant. Very boggy, open situations at 
base of eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 8500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2545. Thyrocarpus glochidiatus, Maxim. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 



pale blue. 



eastern 



flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 I*' N. Alt. 8500 ft 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2546- Senecio caloxanthus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft - 

Flowers rich yellow. Moist, open situations by sides of 
streams and ditches at base of the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 141 

2547. Pedicularis cephalantha, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers deep rich rose. Grassy, rocky slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2548. Salvia flava, G. Forrest, var. megalantha, Diels. Sp. et var. 

nov. Plant of 15 inches. Flowers canary yellow, lower lobe 
of corolla marked reddish-brown. Open mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2549. Picris hieracioides, Linn. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

orange yellow. Moist, open situations amongst scrub at base 
of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N- 
Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2 55°- Scrophularia spicata, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers green. Open mountain meadows and grassy open- 
ings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
. Yunnan. 

2551. Scrophularia nodosa, Linn, ex Franchet. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers green. Shady, dry situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
8500 to 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2552. Anemone rupicola, Camb. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

solitary, interior of perianth white, exterior purplish-blue. 
Ledges and crevices of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

553- Hypericum monanthemum, Hook, f., var. nigro-punctatum, 

Franch. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. Flowers golden yellow. 
Open, grassy situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2554. Crepis Stoliczkai, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 14 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pendulous, yellow. Grassy, open situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2 555- Veronica Anagallis, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

blue. In ditches and boggy situations at base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8500 to 
9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2556. Bupleurum petiolulatum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright green. Shady, grassy situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

2 557- Polygonum alatum, Ham. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

pale pink. On a dried-up marsh on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. July 



2 



1906. N.W 




Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 



2558. Artemisia Roxburghiana, -. 

Flowers greenish- white. Whole plant aromatic. JJry, 
stony situations amongst scrub on eastern flank of the 
- Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 I5 / N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. - - 



• • 



x 42 Plaxtae Chixexses Forrestiaxae 

2559. Mentha arvensis, Linn. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Whole plant 

aromatic. Flowers lavender. Dry. shady situations at 
base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 
27 12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2560. Mentha arvensis, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Whole plant 

aromatic. Flowers very pale lavender. Open, moist situa- 
tions by sides of streams and ditches on the plain at north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2561. Nasturtium palustre, DC. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Marshy, open meadow on the plain at north end of 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 ft. Tulv 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. y 

2562. Geranium Wallichianum, Sw. Plant of 18 to 24 inches. 

Flowers rose-red. Open, grassy situations in mixed forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2563. Hesperis lutea, Maxim. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers white. 

Open, grassy situations in mixed forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2564. Plectranthus oreophilus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 9 

inches. Flowers blue. Open situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Julv 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



Q 



Shrub 



of 8 to 20 ft. Evergreen. Open situations in pine forests on 
low foothills at south end of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2566. Dioscorea Fargesii, Franch. Scandent plant of 4 to 9 ft. 

Flowers greenish-white. On scrub in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2567. Tylophora yunnanensis, Schltr. Sp. nov. Semi-scandent 

plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers livid greenish-crimson. Dry, 
rocKy, open situations in pine forest on the foothills at the 
southern end of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 
9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2568. Inula sericophylla, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

orange. Amongst scrub in clayey situations on the margins 
of a dned-up marsh on the foothills to the south of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° N. Alt. 9000 to 9500 ft. Julv 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. J 

2569. Ipomoea Kingii, Prain. Semi-scandent plant of 14 to 24 inches. 

t lowers canary yellow. On scrub in clayey situations on the 
margins of a dned-up marsh on the low foothills to the south 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27' N. Alt. 9000 to 9500 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 143 

2570. Hemilophiapulchella,Franch. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers 

rose-lavender. Dry, shady situations on limestone drift at 
base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2571. Ligusticum brachylobum, Franch. Plant of li to 2ft. Petals 

white, gynaecium green, anthers violet. Ledges and clefts ol 
cliffs and on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 11,500 ft. Yunnan, 



W. China. 



2 572- Juncu! 

whit 



£1 



Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers 
ns in nine forests on limestone drift 



575 



on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 11,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2573. Calamagrostis sp. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Dry, open situa- 

tions on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 'Alt. 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2574. Festuca duriuscula, Linn. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Dry, 

open situations on limestone drift in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

poma iberideum, Franch. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Petals 
white, veined on exterior and marked at base, violet. Anthers 
black violet, fragrant. Crevices and ledges of limestone 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2576. Saxifraga macrostigma, Franch., var. hypericoides (Franch. 

pro sp.), Engl, et Irmscher. Plant of 2 J to 4 inches. Flowers 
orange yellow. Ledges and clefts of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 17' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2577. Eriocaulon Henryanum, Ruhl. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

silvery white. Boggy grass-land on margins of open marsh on 
plain at north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2578. Dioscorea Hemsleyi, Prain et Burkill. Climber of 3 to 6 ft. 

Flowers brownish-crimson. On scrub in dry, shady pin 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 

Yunnan, China. 

2579. Potentilla albifolia, Wall. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Flowers 

minute, petals of a dirty dull orange colour. Open mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to ii.ooo ft. July 1906. N.W. 

Yunnan. 

2580. Angelica Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

green. Whole plant fragrant with a fennel-like odour. Shady, 
open situations on margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 












144 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

2581. Campanula colorata, Wall. Plant of ito 2 ft. Flowers 

purplish-blue. Dry, shady situations amongst scrub at the 



base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 



15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2582. Fimbristylis diphylla, Vahl, vel aff. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Dry, stony situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2583. Herminium unicorne, Kranzlin. Plant of 3 to 8 inches. Flowers 

white, fragrant. Dry, stony pasture-land along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2584. Fimbristylis diphylla, Vahl, vel aff. Plant of 16 to 20 inches. 

Open, clayey grass-land around a dried-up marsh on the foot- 
hills to the south of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2585. Monotropa hypopithys, Linn., var. lanuginosa, Michx. Plant 

of 2 to 3 inches. Whole plant of one colour, creamy yellow. 
Parasitical on roots of pines in forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang. Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2586. Platantherajaponica, Lindl. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

green, strongly fragrant. Grassy situations on the margins 
of scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 




27° 25' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2587. Dichrocephala Benthami, Clarke. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers greenish-white. Open, grassy situations by the 
margins of ditches and streams along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2588. Artemisia scoparia, Waldst. et Kit. Plant of 1 to i| ft. 

Flowers brownish-green. Dry, barren, stony pasture-land 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27°i2'N. Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W.Yunnan. 

2589. Epilobium himalayense, Hausskn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

rose-red. Shady, moist situations by streams on the Lichiang 
plain. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2590. Herminium Forrestii, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers green, deliciously fragrant, odour resembling vanilla. 
Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2591. Coriaria nepalensis, Wall. Dioecious shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Flowers ruddy green. Flowering in March and April, speci- 
mens only procurable in seed. Fruit black, edible, Open 
situations amongst mixed scrub on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan. J J y 



Numerical Catalogue 145 

2592. Scirpus rnucronatus, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Marshy 

pasture-land around the margins of a pond on the plain at 
the north end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
8500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2593. Allium chinense, Don, vel A. Thunbergii, Don (?). Plant of 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers greenish white. Dry, b ren, stony ground 
along base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Alt. 
27 15' N. Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2594. Pedicularis szechuanica, Maxim. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. 

Flowers pale rose, veined a shade darker. Amongst heavy 
grass on mountain pasture-land on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2595. Allium victoriale, Linn., var. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers very 

pale rose. Mountain pasture-land on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2596. Hypoxis aurea, Lour. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers bright 

yellow. Dry, stony pasture-land at the north end of the 
Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2597- Corydalis yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flower.-; 

yellow, faintly fragrant. Shady situations in cane brakes on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' X. 
Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2598. Aster yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Ray 

florets blue, disc florets golden yellow. Open mountain 
pasture-land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 25 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2 599- Buddleia macrostachya, Benth., var. yunnanensis, Do;>. 

Branched shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers rich lavender, throat 
of corolla orange ; fragrant, with an odour resembling 
vanilla. Dry, stony situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2600. Loranthus caloreas, Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Perianth 

tube bright scarlet, limb bright green. Foliage coriaceous, 
stems very brittle. Parasitical on conifers only, forming 
dense brilliantly coloured masses in pine forests on th 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' . A . 
9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2601. Nepeta Wilsoni, Duthie. Half shrubby plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers deep blue, whole plant aromatic. Open mountain 
pasture-land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Rang *. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10.500 to 11.500 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

[Differs from N. magnifica by its sessile cordate leaves and 
simpler inflorescence.] 
10 



146 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

2602. Erigeron beilidioides, Benth., f. integrifolia, Franch. Plant 

of 9 to 15 inches. Ray florets purplish-blue, disc florets golden- 
yellow. Open, grassy slopes on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

2603. Valeriana Faberi, Graebner. Plant of 18 to 24 inches. Flowers 

pink. Shady, grassy situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
10,500 to 11,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2604. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

blue. Moist, shady situations by streams along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 8500 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2605. Cimicifuga foetida, Linn. Plant of 3 to 7 ft. Flowers dull 

greenish-orange. Open situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
15" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 



um 



amplexicaule, Don. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers 

bright rose-pink. Rocky, shady situations at the base of 
and on ledges of cliffs in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2607. Fern. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Rocky, shady situations in pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2608. Astragalus dolichochaete, Diels. Sp. nov. Procumbent plant 

of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers pale lemon yellow, tipped purple. Open 
mountain pasture-land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' X. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2609. Fagopyrum cymosum (Trev.) Meissn. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. 

Flowers white, anthers red. Rocky, shady situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
8500 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2610. Sedum roseum, Scop., var.(?). Plant of 9 to 16 inches. Flowers 

greenish-brown. On humus- covered boulders in the beds 
of mountain streams on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27°i5'N. Alt. 11.000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2611. Phytolacca acinosa, Roxb. Succulent plant of 3 to 4 ft. 

Flowers greenish- white or pink according to situation. 
Moist, open, and shady situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichaing Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8500 to 
9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2612. Lythrum Salicaria, Linn. Plant of i£ to 3 ft. Flowers 

magenta-rose. Open, moist situations by streams and ditches 
on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 to 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 147 

2613. Epilobium hirsutum, Linn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

rose-red. Moist, open situations by streams and ditches on 
the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 to 9000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2614. Mimulus nepalensis, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Moist, open situations by streams and 
ditches on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 to 9000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2615. Lactuca gracilis, DC. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers yellow. 

Moist, open, grassy situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 



10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



2616. 



2617. Ranunculus hirtellus, Royle. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

golden yellow. Shady situations on humus-covered boulders 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2618. Pilea peploides, Hook, et Arn. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers 

whitish-rose, tipped purple. Shady situations on humus- 
covered boulders in bed of stream on the eastern flank af 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2619. Myosotis silvatica, Hoffm. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Shady, grassy situations amongst boulders 
by streams on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2620. Veronica ciliata, Fisch. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers dee] • 

blue. Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2621. Saxifraga nutans, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pale canary yellow. Grassy, stony slopes at base of 
limestone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 21' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2622. Arenaria napuligera, Franch. Tufted plant of 3 to 5 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. Ledges and crevices of lime- 
stone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2623. Meconopsis rudis, Prain. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

deep rich blue. On ledges of cliffs and humus-covered 
boulders in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. n,ooo to 12,000 it. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2624. Lonicera Henryi, Hemsl. Semi-scandent shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 

Flowers golden yellow, faintly fragrant. On and amongst 
scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Fruit black. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



148 Plantae Chinenses Forrestiaxae 

2625. Spiraea Aruncus, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flower 

white, faintly fragrant. Moist, shady situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 10,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 
China. 

2626. Arenaria trichophora, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. Mountain pasture-land on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft* July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2627. Microstylis yunnanensis, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 9 

inches. Flowers greenish-yellow, faintly fragrant. Moun- 
tain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2628. Pedicularis axillaris, Franch. Procumbent plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers bright rose-red. Moist, shady situations in mixed 
and pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2629. Pilea umbrosa, Wedd. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Succulent. Flowers 

ruddy green. Rocky, grassy situations on the borders of 
mixed thickets on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2630. Meliosma cuneifolia, Franch. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white, strongly fragrant. Open, shady situations 
amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2631. Polygonum leptopodum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 

6 inches. Flowers white. Dry, stony ground at the northern 
end of the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 
9000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2632. Hemerocallis fulva, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers orange. 

Cultivated by the natives of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. 
Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2633. Heracleum candicans, Wall. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers dull 

white. Whole plant has a rank odour. Moist, shady 
situations in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. ^ Lat. 27 20' N. Alt 9500 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2634. Anemone trullifolia, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. campestris, Diels 

Plant of 1 to 2 inches. Flowers white, striped bright green. 
Stony pasture-land at base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2635. Veratrum stenophyllum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. 

Flowers green. Mountain meadows on the margins of pine 



tern 

.0 



Lat. 



27 20' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W 
\ unnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 14c) 

2636. Syringa yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 it. Flowers 

purplish-pink, fragrant. Open, stony mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2637. Geranium Pylzowianum, Maxim. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. 

Flowers rose-red, veined a shade darker. Open mountain 

pasture-land on the eastern flank oi the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 30' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2638. Pedicularis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

bright magenta-rose and white. Open mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2639. Anaphalis pterocaulon, Maxim. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers white. Dry, open situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
9500 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2640. Pedicularis polyphylla, Franch., var. pilosa, Bonati. Pro- 

cumbent plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers magenta-rose. Open, 

grassy situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2641. Triplostegia glandulifera, Wall. Plant of 6 to 12 inch >. 

Flowers pinkish-white. Damp, shady situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15" N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2642. Primula pseudo-sikkimensis, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 

12 to 18 inches. Flowers bright canary yellow, fragrant. 
Crevices and ledges of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2643. Vicia amoena, Fisch. Scandent plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

pale purple and white. On scrub in shady, moist situations in 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2644. Potamogeton Tepperi, A. Benn. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

green. In ponds and ditches on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 
27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2645. Cynanchum Bodinieri, Schltr. Sp. nov. Scandent shrub of 

8 to 16 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. Open situations on 
scrub on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2646. Elatostemma diversifolium (Wall.), Wedd. Plant of 2 to 5 

inches. Flowers greenish-white. On moss-cove ed boulders 
in moist, shady situations at the base of the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



150 Plaxtae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2647. Begonia Harrowiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pink. On moss-covered boulders in moist, shady 
situations at the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2648. Polygonum Convolvulus, Linn. Scandent plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pinkish-green. Dry, stony ground on the borders 
of cultivation in the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
8500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2649. Pedicularis Alopecuros, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

canary yellow, upper segment rose. Moist, shady situations 
amongst grass along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° io' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2650. Habenaria Orchidis, Hook, f . Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers 

white or pale pink, strongly fragrant. Grassy openings in. 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2651. Indigofera leptosepala, Diels. Sp. nov. Dwarf shrub of 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers pale rose. Dry, open situations amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2652. Neottia grandiflora, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. 

Perianth fleshy, segments rich olive green bordered by a 

lighter shade. Damp, shady situations in mixed forests 

on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2653. Adenophora Bulleyana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 

ft. Flowers pale blue. Damp, open situations in scrub on 
banks of streams, on low hills forming eastern boundary of 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2654. Erigeron multiradiatus, Benth., var. platyphyllus, Franch. 



Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 



rple, disc 



florets yellow. Open mountain pasture-land on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 
to ii.ooo ft. August 1902. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2655. Primula Littoniana, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Open mountain 

meadows on the range forming the eastern boundary of the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Impat 



Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 
nations in beds of mountain 



orange yellow. Damp, rocky sil 
streams on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 151 

2657. Nepeta tenuiflora, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers blue ; whole plant strongly aromatic. Open, 
grassy situations in and on the margins of pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
9500 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2658. Senecio lapathifolius, Franch. Plant of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

bright orange, ray and disc similar, faintly fragrant. Open, 
shrubby, dry situations in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2659. Aster oreophilus, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers, ray 

florets blue or pink, disc florets yellow. Rocky mountain 
pasture on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2660. Delphinium ceratophorum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 

inches. Flowers light blue with darker markings. Grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2661. Adenophora megalantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of ih to 

2 ft. Flowers deep rich blue. Crevices and ledges of cliffs 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 190O. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2662. Silene tenuis, Willd., var. rubescens, Franch. Plant of 10 

to 14 inches. Flowers pale rose-lavender. Amongst grass 
in open, rocky situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20" N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2663. Doronicum yunnanense, Franch. Plant of 3 to 4^ ft. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Ray and disc florets similar. 
Amongst patches of scrub and cane on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,500 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2664. Saussurea grosseserrata, Franch. Tufted plant of 6 to 9 

inches. Flowers reddish-purple. In and on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2665. Cremanthodium rhodocephalum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 

3 to 9 inches. Ray florets grey-pink, veined a darker shade, 
disc florets deep crimson-rose, faintly fragrant. In moist 
crevices of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2666. Nepeta lamiopsis, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2j ft. Flowers 

bright blue. Grassy, rockv slopes on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[The plant has shorter and more rounded ! ives than most 
Himalayan specimens, and the flowers are smaller. All 
essential characters, however, seem to be the same.] 



152 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2667. Pedicularis recurva, Maxim., var. polyantha, Bonati. 

Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers deep crimson, apex of 
upper lobe white, spotted crimson. Open, shady situations 
at the base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2668. Pedicularis densispica, Franch. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers 

deep rose and pink. Grassy, rocky slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,500 
to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2669. Omphalodes Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Shady situations amongst grass at the base of 

cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 

20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2670. Polygonum cyanandrum, Diels. Procumbent plant of 6 to 

12 inches. Flowers greenish - white, tipped pink. Moist, 
grassy situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27°2o'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2671. Potentilla Deiavayi, Franch. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Flowers 

deep rich yellow. Open, grassy situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 15' N. Alt. 10,500 
to 11,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2672. Silene Stewartiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 16 

inches. Flowers pale lavender. Open, grassy slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,500 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2673. Pimpinella coriacea, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Grassy openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2674. Codonopsis meleagris, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to i£ 

ft. Flowers greenish-yellow, veined and marked livid 
purplish-lake, pendulous. Grassy openings in pine forests 
and on rocky slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2675. Lactuca grandiflora, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

bright grey-blue. Moist mountain meadows and on the 



margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 



Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,500 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2676. Polygonum campanulatum, Hook. f. Semi-procumbent 

plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright rose-red and pink. Grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 153 

2677. Habenaria Delavayi, Finet. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers, 

upper segment of perianth deep green, the remainder almost 
white, faintly fragrant. Dry, barren pasture-land at the 
base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
20' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2678. Dipsacus chinensis, Batal. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow, anthers black-violet. Dry, stony situations 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

[The leaflets are narrower and more deeply toothed than 
in the type specimen from Szechuan.] 

2679. Calorhabdos sutchuenensis, Franch. Plant of 20 to 24 inches. 



Flowers greenish-yellow. 

flank 



cliffs 
Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2680. Carpesium trachelifolium, Less. Plant of i£ to 2 \ ft. Flowers 

dull orange. Amongst scrub in and on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2681. Elsholtzia Souliei, Leveille. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

pale creamy colour, aromatic. Shady, grassy situations in 
and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2682. Stellaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9500 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2683. Triplostegia glandulifera, Wall. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pinkish-white. Moist, shady situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

[This grows also in Western Szechuan near Tongolo, 
Soulie, No. 2628.] 

2684. Pimpinella taeniophylla, de Boissieu. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers deep crimson. Moist, shady situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2685. Morina Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pure white, fragrant. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2686. Parnassia mysorensis, Heyne. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pure white. Grassy, shady openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



154 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2687. Roscoea capitata, Sm., var. purpurata, Gagnep. Plant of 9 

to 18 inches. Flowers deep rich purple. Dry, stony situa- 
tions amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2688. Fimbristylis diphylla, Vahl vel aff. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Dry, stony situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2689. Didissandra amabilis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers light yellow, spotted purple. Moist, moss-covered 
ledges and crevices of cliffs on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2690. Campsis grandiflora (Thunb.), K. Schum. Semi-scandent 

plant of 4 to 8 ft. Corolla bright yellowish-carmine, thick 
and softly fleshy. Moist, shady situations by banks of 
streams in mixed forests in the Lichiang valley. Lat, 
26 50' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yun- 
nan, China. 

2691. Cyanotis barbata, Don. Semi-procumbent plant of 3 to 6 

inches. Flowers bright blue. Amongst grass in dry, stony 
situations along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



Lilium 



Plant of iA to 3 ft. Flowers 



purplish-yellow, spotted and marked crimson, faintly 
fragrant. Dry, shady situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2693. Adenocaulon bicolor, Hook. Plant of ij to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Damp, shady situations in mixed forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2694. Delphinium Bulleyanum, G. Forrest. Sp.nov. Plant of 2 1 to 

4! ft. Flowers deep rich blue. Moist, rocky situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2695. Senecio sp. aff. mosoynensis, Franch. Plant of i£ to 2 ft. 

Flowers bright orange, faintly fragrant. Damp, shady 
pme forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Ran^ 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2696. Saxifraga hispidula, D. Don, var. Doniana, Engl. Plant of 

3 to 6 inches. Flowers orange yellow. Moss-covered 
rocks and grassy slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 






M 



Numerical Catalogue 155 

ucuna montana, Diels. Sp. nov. Weakly scandent plant 

of ij to 5 ft. Corolla fleshy, pink and carmine. Dry, 



am 



Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2698. Chlorophytum platystemon, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 

12 inches. Perianth white with a line of yellow up the 
centre of each segment, stamens orange. Dry, stony slopes 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' \ r . 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2699. Aster hispidus, Thunb. Plant of 16 to 24 inches. Ray florets 

white or very pale blue, disc florets yellow. Dry, stony 
pasture-land at base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2700. Ajuga campylantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Semi-procumbent plant 

of 3 to 9 inches. Corolla white, veined purplish-black. Dry, 
stony pasture-land on the northern end of the Lichiang 
plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2701. Hypericum elodeoides, Choisy. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. 

Flowers pale yellow. Dry, stony pasture-land on the Lichiang 
plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2702. Impatiens Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 to 4^ ft. Spur and 

basal portion of corolla purplish-lake, upper half, towards 
apex, rich golden yellow. Stony, moist situations in and 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2703. Pedicularis Forrestiana, Bonati. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 9 

inches. Flowers bright rose-red. Dry, open situations on 
limestone drift at base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. Aug. 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2704. Habenaria Aitchisoni, Rchb. f. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers green, fleshy, fragrant. Ledges and crevices of 
moist cliffs, and on limestone drift on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 

12,000 ft. 

t 

2705. Valeriana stenoptera, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 

18 inches. Flowers pinkish-white. Ledges and crevices oi 
cliffs, and on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2706- Agrimonia pilosa, Ledeb. Plant of 1 J to 2§ ft. Flowers 

yellow. Shady and open situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



156 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

2707. Saussurea semilyrata, Franch. Plant of 1 to i\ ft. Flowers 

deep crimson-purple. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2708. Crepis paleacea, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

orange. Open, grassy situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2709. Pleurospermum foetens, Franch. Dwarf plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Petals pinkish-green, gynoecium dark green, bracts veined 
green with scarious margins, whole plant has a most foul 
odour. Crevices and ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2710. Stellaria trichophora, Franch. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers white. Mountain meadows and by streams on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2711. Silene yunnanensis, Franch., var. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers bright red. Open situations on limestone drift in 
pine forests^ on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2712. Ligusticum brachylobum, Franch. Plant of i£ to 2 ft. 

Flowers white, malodorous. Open situations in mixed 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



2713. Leptodermis 



Much-branched shrub 



of 5 to 8 ft. Flowers lavender, drying black. Open, dry, 
and moist situations on the Lichiang plain, along the base of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2714. Parnassia Wightiana, Wall. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

yello wish- white. Open, grassy situations in pine forests on 

the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2715. Clematis Gouriana, Roxb. Scandent shrub of 8 to 20 ft. 

Flowers pale creamy yellow, faintly fragrant. On scrub in 
open situations at the north end of the Lichiang valley. 
ifj- 27° 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. 

N.W. Yunnan China. 



m 



taliense, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers pure 
waxy white, spotted purplish-lake, fragrant. Open, shady 
situations m mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue I57 

2717. Lespedeza hirtella, Franch. Small under-shrub of 2 to 4 ft 

Flowers deep rose. Dry, shady situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat ^7° 15' N 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China.' 

2718. Adenophora coelestis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to ii ft 

Flowers bright blue. Crevices and ledges of limestone cliffs 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N 

Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan 
China. 

2719. Silene Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Ledges 

and crevices of cliffs, and on humus-covered boulders on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. N W 
Yunnan, China. 

2720. Bauhinia densiflora, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 5 It. Flowers 

white. Dry, shady, and open situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N Alt 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2721. Gynura pinnatifida, DC. Erect plant of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

deep orange. Open, dry, shady situations on the low foot- 
hills at the south end of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 N 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2722. Polygala arillata, Ham. Branched shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers 

brownish-yellow. Open, dry situations on low foothills at 
the southern extremity of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 26 
50' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2723. Potentilla fruticosa, Linn. Dwarf shrub of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

pale yellow, almost white. Open, rocky slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt 
n.ooo to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2724. Cremanthodium nobile (Franch.), Diels. Comb. nov. Plant 

of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers golden yellow. Strongly fragrant 
with the lasting odour of attar of roses. Open, grassy 
mountain slopes at the base of limestone cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 
to 13,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2725- Pedicularis gruina, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

dull crimson. Rocky, grassy situations amongst scrub on 

the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' X. 

Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2726. Cyananthus formosus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

r lowers deep rich blue. Open situations on limestone 
drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2727. Potentilla eriocarpa, Wall. Dwarf, shrubby plant of 4 to 8 

inches. Flowers golden yellow. Open situations in crevices 
and on ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



*5 8 Plantae Chixexses Forrestiaxae 

2728. Corydalis cheirifolia, Franch. Plant of 3 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pale blue with darker markings. Stony, shady situations 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' X. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2729. Campanula crenulata, Franch. Plant of 3 to 10 inches. 

Flowers deep rich indigo blue, drying pure white. Open 
situations on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



2730. Dracocephalum bullatum, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 

3 to 7 inches. Flowers bright blue, lower lobe of corolla 
minutely marked a deeper shade. Open situations on lime- 
stone drift at base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. y 

2731. Codonopsis Bulleyana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 15 

inches. Root fleshy. Flowers pale, watery, turquoise blue 
netted minutely a deeper shade. Whole plant has an ex- 
tremely rank odour. Open, grassy slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2732. Codonopsis convolvulacea, Kurz. Scandent plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers bright blue with a blotch of purplish-maroon at base. 
Open, grassy, or scrubby situations in mixed or pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[The affinity of this species wants further observation. 
Chipp considers widely different forms as belonging to it, 
but I think, e.g. C. tibetica, Prain ms. in Herb. Kew., as 
well as C. vmciflora, Komarow, are quite different species.] 

2733. Campanula fulgens, Wall. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

blue. Open, moist situations by sides of streams, base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
8500 to 9500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2734. Spenceria ramalana, Trim. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Dry, open, barren pasture-land at the north 
end of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 8500 to 
9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2735. Saussurea villosa, Franch. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Flowers 

deep purplish-red, fragrant. Open, grassy slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 



11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W 

Cremanthodium 



Plant of 6 to 12 



inches. Ray florets bright brassy yellow, disc florets orange 
yellow, faintly fragrant. Ledges and crevices of cliffs, and 
on limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

*™ 2 Z I2 N ~ - AIt ' II ' 000 to I2 >o°o ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 159 

2737. Hosta coerulea (Andr.), Tratt. Plant of i to 2\ ft. Flowers 

rich purplish-blue. In cultivation in the Lichiang valley 
and said to be indigenous to the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27° N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2738. Androsace erecta, Maxim. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

white or pink. Dry, barren, rocky pasture-land at the base 
of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2739. Habenaria Aitchisoni, Rchb. f. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers green, fragrant. Mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2740. Rumex acetosa, Linn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers ruddy 

green. Moist, shady situations by streams on the north end 
of the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2741. Anaphalis cuneifolia, Hook. f. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pure white. Dry, open mountain pasture-land on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 10,500 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2742. Drosera peltata, Sm. Plant of 3 to 8 inches. Flowers pure 

white. Barren, rocky pasture-land along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2743. Rheurn Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers 

ruddy green. On humus-covered boulders in the beds of 
mountain streams on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2744. Hedysarum sikkimense, Benth. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers deep violet-purple. Open, grassy mountain slopes 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Ran^e. Lat. 27 30' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2745. Astragalus camptodontus, Franch. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers bright blue. Grassy slopes at base of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2746. Habenaria glaucifolia, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 1 to 1$ ft. 

Flowers green. Root with an odour similar to valerian. 
Dry, open situations in pine forests at the north end of the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10.000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2747. Lloydia yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers 

white, exterior streaked greenish-brown. Forming clumps 
in crevices of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 



160 Plantae Chinenses FORRESTIANWE 

2748. Carpesium nepalense, Less. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers dull 

greenish-orange. Grassy situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2749. Saxifraga filicaulis, Wall. Procumbent plant of 6 to 9 inches* 

Flowers golden yellow. Dry ledges and crevices of cliffs on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2750. Astragalus yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 6 to 8 inchc 

Flowers bright orange yellow, faintly fragrant. Crevices 
and ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2751. Cremanthodium campanulatum (Franch.), Diels. Plant of 6 

to 9 inches. Ray florets dull purple, disc florets similar but 
of a deeper shade, fragrant. Crevices and ledges of cliffs 
on che eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 26 15' N- 



>. 



Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

[Franchet's diagnosis has " flores lutei," whereas Forrest 
describes them as purple.] 

2752. Heracleum scabridum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

greenish-white. Boggy pasture at the north end of the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft- 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2753. Rubia podantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

reddish-purple. Moist, shady situations amongst scrub on 
and at the base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 754- Circaea cordata, Royle. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers greenish- 

white. Moist, shady situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2755. Triplostegia Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. Root 

tuberous. Flowers whitish-rose. Open, grassy situations on 
the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2756. Saxifraga Balfourii, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant of 

3 to 10 inches. Flowers orange yellow, anthers red. Crevices 
of cliffs and boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2757. Saxifraga macrostigma, Franch., var. hypericoides (Franch. 

pro spec), Engl, et Irmscher, subvar. macrantha, E. et. L 
Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Flowers orange, anthers same. 
Forming cushions on ledges and in crevices of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' X. Alt. 
ir,ooo to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



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Numerical Catalogue 161 

2758. Valeriana stenoptera, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 inches. 

Flowers pink. Growing on humus-covered boulder, only 
one specimen seen, on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
. Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2759. Epilobium angustifolium, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

rose-purple. Dry, open situations at base of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2760. Strobilanthes Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to i£ ft. 

Flowers deep blue. Dry, open situations amongst boulders 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10.000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2761. Polygonum Emodi, Meissn., var. dependens, Diels. Var. nov. 

Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers deep crimson. Pendulous on 
cliffs and boulders, forming clumps, on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2762. Senecio taliensis, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Shady situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12" N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2763. Delphinium ceratophorum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers blue. Open, grassy situations on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2764. Oenanthe stolonifera, Wall. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. Flowers dull 

white. Marshy, open situations amongst scrub on the 
Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2765. Sagittaria sagittifolia, Linn. Plant of \\ to 2\ ft. Flowers 

transparent white. On the margins of ponds and in ditches 
on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2766. Lilium Thomsonianum, Lindl. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers a 

bluish-rose colour. Moist, open situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2767. Lactuca grandiflora, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers of 

a shining steel-grey colour, anthers orange brown, pappus 
light brown. Grassy, rocky slopes on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 



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ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



2768. Ligusticum brachylobum, Franch. Plant of i\ to z\ ft. 

Flowers greenish-white. Shady situations in and on the 
margins of pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China, 

Notes R.RG.. Edin.. No. XXXIII, Oct. 1912. 



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1 62 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2769. Ligusticum daucoides, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers greenish- white, exterior purplish. Grassy openings in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W 
Yunnan, China. 

2770. Rhododendron lepidotum, Wall. Dwarf shrub of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers bright rose. Dry, gravelly banks in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[ = Delavay, Nos. 18, 161, in Herb. Paris; "Glacier de 
Li Kiang, 10 Juillet 1884."] 

2771. Orobanche epithymum, DC. ex Clarke. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers dull yellow. Dry, barren pasture along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2772. Arundinella villosa, Arn., var. himalaica, Hook. f. Plant of 

1 to 2 ft. Dry, stony situations on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2773. Dactylis glomerata, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Moist, shady 

situations along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2774. Hemigraphis drymophila, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 

inches. Flowers lavender-blue. Dry, shady situations in 
woods at the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8500 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2 775- Clematis nutans, Royle. Scandent shrub of 10 to 15 ft. Flowers 

pale creamy yellow, fragrant. On scrub, in shady gullies 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2776. Crepis rosularis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. 

Flowers bright canary yellow, fragrant. Open situations 
on limestone drift at base of cliffs on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2777. Aconitum brevicalcaratum (Fin. et Gagnep. sub tit. var.), 

Diels. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers dull livid purple. Open, 
grassy mountain slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2778. Acorus Calamus, Linn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers greenish- 

yellow. On the margins of a swamp at the north end of 
the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 8^00 ft. June 
1906. N.W " - 

2779. Primula malvacea, Franch.— P. langkonzensis, G. Forrest. 



Open mountain pasture -land on the divide between the 
Hoching-cho and Lang-Kong Hsien valleys. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China, 



Numerical Catalogue 163 

2780. Pedicularis superba, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright rose. Shady, moist situations in and on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2781. Allium Prattii, C. H. Wright. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

deep magenta-rose. Moist, shady, rocky situations in beds 
of mountain streams on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2782. Peucedanum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers yellowish-white. Grassy openings in pine forests on 

the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 11.500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2783. Silene cryptantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Procumbent plant of 12 to 

18 inches. Flowers bright rose. Dry, stony slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2784. Herminium angustifolium, Benth. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. 

Root tuberous, flowers green, fragrant. Dry, stony situations 
on grassy slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2785. Pedicularis tenuisecta, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Lower lobe of corolla light rose, upper, deep rose. Dry, 
rocky situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20" N. Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. 
July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2786. Saxifraga chrysanthoides, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant 

of 1 to 2 inches. Flowers bright orange, anthers same shade. 
Forming compact masses on humus-covered boulders in beds 
of streams on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2787. Platanthera Henryi, Rolfe. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Root fibrous, 

flowers green, faintly fragrant. Open, grassy slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,500 to 11,500 ft. August 1006. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2788. Erysimum longisiliquum, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 6 to 15 

inches. Flowers deep orange. Crevices and ledges of cliffs 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2789. Pedicularis salviaeflora, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft . Flowers, 

upper segment bright rose, lower, deep rose. In shady 
situations among scrub and grass at base of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
9500 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2790. Pedicularis comptoniaefolia, Franch. Plant of i| to 2 ft. 

Flowers deep rose. Dry, open situations amongst rocks on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 ft, August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



164 Plantae Chinenses ForrestianaE 

2791. Eragrostis ferruginea (Thunb.) P. Beauv. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15" N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2792. Poa sp. Tufted plant of 6 to 9 inches. Open, stony situations 

at base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. n 5 ooo to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2793. Grass. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Dry, open situations amongst scrub 

on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2794. Grass. Plant of 1 J to 2 \ ft. Open pasture-land along the base 

of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2795. Festuca duriuscula, Linn. Tufted plant of ij to 2 ft. Dry, 

stony situations along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 9000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2796. Arundinella villosa, Arn, var. himalaica, Hook, f . Plant of 9 

to 15 inches. Dry, stony pasture-land at the north end of the 
Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2797. Grass. Plant of 1^ to 3 ft. Moist, shady situations on the 

margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20 / N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2798. Calamagrostis arundinacea, Roth. Tufted plant of i| to 2 ft. 

Dry, shady openings in pine forests along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2799. Brachypodium silvaticum (Huds.) R. et Sch. Tufted plant 

of l\ to 2 ft. Dry, open situations amongst scrub along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2800. Saussurea yunnanensis, Franch., var. runcinata, Franch. 

Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers bright purplish-rose, fragrant. 
Grassy, rocky slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2801. Adenophora ornata, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i£ to z\ ft. 

Flowers bright blue. Crevices and ledges of shady cliffs in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2802. Carum caudatum,, Franch. Plant of \\ ft. Flowers deep, dull 

crimson. Shady situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft, 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 165 

2803. Lilium tigrinum, Gawl. x L. tenuifolium, Fisch. (?). Plant of 2 

to 6 ft. Flowers deep orange, spotted crimson. Grown by the 
Chinese of W. Yunnan for the bulb, which is edible. A fairly 
large quantity is yearly sent to the southern markets from the 
Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 8200 ft. July-August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2804. Galium elegans; Wall. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers ruddy 

green. Dry, open situations amongst scrub and in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 10' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2805. Saussurea ciliaris, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. Florets 

bluish-purple. Barren mountain pasture-land on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' H. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2806. Jurinea Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. 

Flowers reddish-purple. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2807. Habenaria pectinata, Don. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Root tuberous ; 

flowers creamy or greenish white, fleshy. Boggy situations by 
streams along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2808. Sedum Forresti, Hamet. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers brassy yellow. Dry, shady situations on cliffs 
and humus-covered boulders on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2809. Senecio chrysanthemoides, DC. Plant of 1 to i| ft. Flowers 

golden yellow. Open mountain pasture-land on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2810. Adenophora coelestis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers light blue. Open, barren mountain pasture-land on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 
Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2811. Halenia elliptica, D. Don. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

blue and white, or entirely blue. Open mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 20' 
N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2812. Habenaria diplonema, Schltr. Sp.nov. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. 

Flowers green, faintly fragrant; root tuberous. Shady, 
dry situations on ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



i66 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2813. Salvia trijuga, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

rose-lavender and pale yellow. Dry, chalky pasture on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2814. Inula serrata, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Moist, boggy situations in and on the margins of 
ditches on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 8500 
to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2815. Wedelia urticaefolia, DC. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright 

yellow. Shady, moist situations amongst scrub in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2816. Erigeron multiradiatus, Benth. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Ray florets deep bluish-purple, disc florets greenish-orange. 
Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,500 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2817. Aster oreophilus, Franch. Plant of 14 to 16 inches. Ray 

florets lavender-blue, disc florets yellow. Dry, open situa- 
tions amongst scrub and in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2818. Senecio bulbilliferus, Maxim., var. subglaber, Franch. Plant 

of 1 \ to 2\ ft. Flowers orange yellow. Dry, open situations 
in and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 
ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2819. Aster trinervius, Roxb., var. grossedentatus, Franch. • Plant 

of 1 to 2 ft. Ray florets pale blue or white, disc florets 
yellow. Shady, grassy situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. ■ N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2820. Epilobium laetum, Wall. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white. 

Moist situations by streams and ditches along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
8500 to 9000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2821. Polygonum polystachyum, Wall., var. pubescens, Meissn. 

Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers white. Mountain meadows 
amongst dwarf scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2822. Myriactis nepalensis, Less. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Shady, grassy situations in pine forests 

on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 



Numerical Catalogue 167 

2823. Saussurea euodonta, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

.blowers reddish-purple. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. io 3 ooo to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2824. Senecio cyclotus, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers orange yellow. Dry, shady situations in and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2825. Corydalis gracilis, Franch. Weak, procumbent plant of 1 

• to 2 ft. Flowers yellow tipped deep violet. Damp, shady 

situations in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2826. Lophanthus rugosus, Fisch. et Mey. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers lavender, whole plant aromatic. Cultivated by the 
natives of the Lichiang valley, used as a condiment and in 
the composition of incense powder. Lat. 27° N. Alt. 
8200 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2827. Polygonum lapathifolium, Linn., var. nodosum (Pers.). 

Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers pinkish- white. On the margins 
of a lake on the mountains forming the eastern boundary of 
the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2828. Dicentra torulosa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Scandent plant of 5 

to 10 ft. Open situations on scrub on the Lichiang plain. 
Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2829. Senecio pleopterus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers orange yellow. Open, grassy situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2830. Hydrangea vestita, Wall, ex Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Fertile florets pale lavender, barren florets greenish-yellow, 
with the under surface purplish-blue. Open situations 
in mixed scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2831. Gnaphalium hypoleucum, DC. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers brassy yellow. Dry, rocky pasture-land along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
20' N. Alt. 8500 to 9500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2832. Pentapanax Leschenaultii, Seem. Tree of 30 to 50 ft. Flowers 

green. Shady, moist situations by streams in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 

China. 



168 Plantae Chinenses Forrestiana£ 

833. Myriactis Wallichii, Less., var. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Shady, moist situations in mixed forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2834. Scabiosa Hookeri, Clarke. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

dull white, anthers violet. Grassy, chalky slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2835. Ligusticum involucratum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers greenish -white. Open, grassy situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2836. Ligusticum brachylobum, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers greenish-white, malodorous. Shady, grassy open- 
ings in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2837. Carex nubigena, D. Don. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

green. Dry, stony situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2838. Festuca sp. Plant of 1^ to 3 ft. Open, dry situations amongst 

scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2839. Bromus sp. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Dry, barren, stony 

ground on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2840. Grass. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Shady, dry situations amongst 

scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2841. Festuca sp. Tufted plant of 12 inches. Chalky, mountain 

meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25 / N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2842. Polystichum sp. Tufted plant of 1 ft. Dry, shady situations 

on ledges of cliffs and humus-covered boulders on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 2J° 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2843. Pimpinella Hookeri, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. 

Flowers greenish- white. On humus- covered boulders in 
shady pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. x\ugust 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2844. Hemipilia flabellata, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Root tuberous ; sepals and petals light rose, labellum very 
deep rose. Moist, shady situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10.500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 169 

2845. Boottia yunnanensis, Gagnep. Aquatic plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

foliage and flowers floating. Ponds and quiet streams on 
the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 8500 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2846. Silene cardiopetala, Franch. Semi-scandent plant of 4 to 8 

ft. Flowers bright red. Amongst scrub in open situations 
on the Lichiang plain. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 8500 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2847. Heracleum stenopterum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 4 

ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. Open, shady situations in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2848. Ligusticum angelicaefolium, Franch. Plant of i£ to 3 ft. 

Flowers black-crimson. Shady openings in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2849. Angelica (?) rivulorum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers pale olive-brown. Whole plant strongly aromatic. 
Gravelly, boggy ground in running water on mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2850. Plectranthus irroratus, Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. 

Flowers lavender-blue. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2851. Plectranthus Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers bright blue. Whole plant strongly aromatic. 
Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2852. Carum tenerum (DC), Franch. Plant of i£ to 2 ft. Root 

semi- tuberous ; Flowers deep red. Shady, damp situations in 
mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2853. Senecio cacaliaefolius, Sch. Bip., var. speciosus, DC. Plant 

of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers orange yellow. Shady, moist situations 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2854. Carum purpureum, Franch. Plant of i-£ to 3 ft. Flowers deep 



crimson . Grassy 



Rang 



pme torests on the eastern flank 01 tne j^icniang 

Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 

Yunnan, China. 

2855. Trachydium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 24 

inches. Petals greenish-white, gynaecium glistening dark 
olive-green. Shady, grassy openings in pine forests on th« 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



iyo Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2856. Ligusticum modestum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of g to 12 

inches. Flowers greenish-white. Grassy openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11.000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2857. Pleurospermum decurrens, Franch. Slender plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers dull white, gynaecium olive-brown. Shady situa- 
tions in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 10,500 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2858. Pimpinella Candolleana, Wight et Arn. Plant of 12 to 20 

inches. Flowers white, exterior red. Grassy, chalky slopes 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2859. Pedicularis rupicola, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

rose-red. Open situations on limestone drift on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2860. Pedicularis Smithiana, Bonati. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 15 

inches. Flowers dull yellow. Shady, grassy situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2861. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of i| to 2 ft. Flowers 

light blue, centre of segments of perianth palest. Open 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2862. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

dark blue, shaded lighter. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 

China. 

2863. Saxifraga macrostigma, Franch., var. hypericoides (Franch. 

pro spec), Engl, et Irmscher, f. latifolia, E. et I. Tufted 
plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers deep orange. Ledges of 
cliffs and dry, rocky mountain pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2864. Saxifraga diversifolia, Wall., f. foliata, Engl, et Irmscher. 

Plant of 6 to 15 inches. Flowers bright orange. Moist, shady 
situations on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2865. Aconitum volubile, Pall. .Scandent plant of 3 to 9 ft. Flowers 

deep purplish-blue. On scrub in open, moist situations on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 



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2866. Delphinium mosoynense, Franch. Plant of i£ to 2\ ft. Flowers 

blue. Mountain meadows on the margins of pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2867. Saxifraga brachypoda, Don, var. fimbriata (Wall.), Engl, et 

Irmscher. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers yellow, anthers same 
colour. Dry ledges of cliffs and on humus-covered boulders on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2868. Aconitum transsectum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers very pale blue, almost white, with the margins of the 
perianth rich, bright blue. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. August to September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2869. Lilium ochraceum, Franch. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Segments of 

perianth recurved, thick and fleshy, of an olive-yellow, veined 
and edged maroon, stamens olive-brown, fragrant. Dry 
situations amongst scrub on eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. August 
1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

2870. Lychnis nigrescens, Edgew. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

purplish -rose. Dry ledges and crevices of limestone cliffs on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2871. Allium yunnanense, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers white, veining rose. Crevices of cliffs and dry, shady 
situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. July- 
August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2872. Carum dolichopodum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Petals white, gynaecium dark green. Shady ledges on and 
at the base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2872A. Lychnis Senno, Sieb. et Zucc. 

2873. Trachydium chloroleucum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 7 

inches. Flowers greenish-white. Stony mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2874. Carum coloratum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white, gynaecium green, stems purple. Dry ledges 
of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2875. Habenaria Forrestii, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Root tuberous, flowers green, fragrant. Dry mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



I7 2 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2876. Herminium angustifolium, Benth. Plant of 12 to 15 inches. 

Flowers greenish-white. Grassy openings in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2877. Grass. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Growing in clumps on the margins of 

scrub in dry, shady situations on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2878. Agrostis sp. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Dry situations amongst 

scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range, Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2879. Calamagrostis arundinacea, Roth. Plant of \\ to 2 ft. Shady 

situations on mountain meadows and on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2880. Calamagrostis arundinacea, Roth. Plant of 1 to \\ ft. Dry 

situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
"N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2881. Eragrostis ferruginea (Thunb.), P. Beauv. Plant of i£ to 2J 

ft. Dry, shady situations on the margins of pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 

China. 

2882. Danthonia cachemyriana, Jaub. et Sp. Tufted plant of 1 to I* 

ft. Dry, shady situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27°25'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2883. Spiranthes chinensis (Pers.), Ames. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers pink and white. Dry pasture-land on the dividing 
range between the Hoching-cho and Lang-Kung Hsien 
valleys. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2884. Trachydium purpurascens, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers deep maroon. On stony mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2885. Valeriana barbulata, Diels. Sp. no v. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pinkish-white. Moist, grassy situations in pine scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27°25'N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2886. Trachydium chloroleucum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Petals greenish- white, gynaecium dark green. Grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 



1906. N.W 



2887. 



Numerical Catalogue 173 

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2888. Trachydium hispidum, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Corolla 

greenish- white, gynaecium dark green. Stony mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2889. Ligusticum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Corolla 

white, gynaecium dark green. Dry, shady situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2890. Ligusticum daucoides, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers 

greenish-white. Crevices of cliffs on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2891. Allium victoriale, Linn., var. angustifolium, Hook. f. Plant of 

9 to 16 inches with a pungent odour. Flowers white. Moist, 
shady situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2892. Spiranthes chinensis (Pers.), Ames. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers white. Grassy situations along the base ot^ the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 25' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2893. Chlorophytum stenostachyum, Diels. Sp.nov Plant of 9 to 

16 inches. Flowers white, with the midrib of each segment 
of the perianth yellow ; anthers yellow. Dry, stony slopes 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25 N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2894. Epilobium himalayense, Hausskn. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers pale rose. Open, stony situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 2$' N. Alt. 10,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2895. Silene scopulorum, Franch. Plant of 3 t o 6 inches. Flowers 

green, tinged red. Shady, grassy situations on the margins 
of pine forests and on mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
13,000 ft. September 190&. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[This is apparently a pathological specimen. The calyx 
is greener than usual, the petals completely enclosed, very 
thin, 4-lobed, the anthers apparently infected, the styles 
very short.] 

2896. Sedum multicaule, Wall. Succulent plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Ledges and crevices of cliffs and mimus- 
covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Kange. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 190b. 
Yunnan, W. China. 

2897. Gentiana crassicaulis, Duthie. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Flowers 

green, with a faint tinge of blue on exterior Grassy open- 
ings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang *ange. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 



174 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2898. Delphinium ceratophorum, Franch. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers blue, darkest on exterior. Shady situations on 
mountain meadows and on the margins of pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 

China. 

2899. Gentiana cyananthiflora, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers deep purplish-blue. Moist, rocky situations on 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2900. Aster likiangensis, Franch. Plant of 1 to 4 inches. Ray 

florets bright blue, disc florets dark orange. Barren, rocky 
situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2901. Aster likiangensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. Ray 

florets dark blue, disc florets dark orange. Open mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2902. Arenaria longistyla, Franch., var. pleurogynoides, Diels. 

Var. nov. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers white, anthers 
violet. On limestone drift at base of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2902A. Arenaria ionandra, Diels. Sp.' nov. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. 

Flowers white, base of petals yellowish, anthers violet. 
On limestone drift in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2903. Delphinium likiangense, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers bright rich blue. Ledges of limestone cliffs and 
rocky meadows at base of same, on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,500 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2904. Saxifraga macrostigma, Franch., var. gracillima, Engl, et 

Irmscher. Var. nov. Tufted plant of 1 to z\ inches. Flowers 
orange yellow, slightly tinted reddish-orange, anthers orange. 
Ledges and crevices of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2905. Nardostachys Jatamansi, DC. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

dark rose. Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2906. Erigeron multiradiatus, Benth. Plant of 12 to 20 inches. Ray 

florets pale bluish-lavender, disc florets orange. Grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 11,500 ft. September 
1906. N.W, Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 175 

2907. Senecio cacaliaefolius, Sch. Bip., var. Atkinsoni, Hook. f. ex 

Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers orange. Shady, 
grassy situations on the margins of pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2908. Senecio tricuspis, Franch. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. Flowers 

orange. Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2909. Eriophyton Wallichianum, Benth. Plant of 7 to 10 inches. 

Flowers pale rose. Crevices and ledges of limestone cliffs on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 
13,000 to 14,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[This very remarkable Labiate has not previously been 
recorded from China as far as I am aware.] 

2910. Saxifraga nigroglandulosa, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. 

Tufted plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers orange yellow, anthers 
orange. Limestone cliffs and humus-covered boulders on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2910A. Saxifraga nigroglandulosa, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. 

Tufted plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers orange yellow, 
anthers orange. Limestone cliffs and humus - covered 
boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2911. Polygonum Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 

inches. Flowers white. Crevices of limestone cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2912. Saxifraga sediformis, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Tufted 

plant of 2 to 3^ inches. Flowers yellow, anthers dark ruddy 
green. Open situations on cliffs and humus-covered 
boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2913. Ranunculus affinis, R. Br., var. capillaceus, Franch. Plant of 

9 to 12 inches. Flowers yellow. Moist, boggy situations on 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2914. Acer Davidi, Franch. Tree of 30 to 50 ft. Specimens col- 

lected in fruit. In mixed forests on the eastern flank ot 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2915. Arenaria Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. In crevices of limestone 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27°i5'N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 

Yunnan, China. 



176 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2916. Saxifraga gemmipara, Franch. Procumbent plant of 4 to 8 

inches. Flowers white, anthers orange. Dry, open, rocky 
pasture along the base of the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 io' N.-27 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2917. Juncus Przewalskii, Buchenau. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Bracts 

deep, shining brown. Moist ledges and crevices of lime- 
stone cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2918. Senecio plantaginifolius, Franch. Plant of ij to 2 ft. Ray 

florets orange, disc florets a shade darker, fragrant. Grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27°2o'N. Alt. n,ooo to 12,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2919. Salvia hians, Royle. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers purplish- 

rose, marked a deeper shade. Ledges and clefts of shady 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11.000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2920. Artemisia vulgaris, Linn. f. Plant of ij to z\ ft. Flowers 

light brown. Whole plant strongly aromatic. Open 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 11,000 to r2.ooo ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2921. Saxifraga strigosa, Wall. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Petals white, 

basal portion spotted reddish orange, anthers reddish orange. 
Shady, moist situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,500 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2922. Circaea alpina, Linn. Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Flowers pinkish- 

white. Moist, shady situations on and amongst rocks in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27°2o'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2923. Polygonum cyanandrum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 

inches. Flowers white. Moist, open situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27°2o r N. Alt. io ? ooo to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2924. Potentilla stenophylla (Franch.), Diels. Comb. nov. et descrip. 

ampl. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers orange yellow. On 
ledges and in crevices of limestone cliffs on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2925. Oxytropis yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers purplish-blue. Ledges and crevices of limestone 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27' 20' 
N, Alt. 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W, Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 177 

2926. Swertia calycina, Franch., var. major, Diels. Plant of 9 to 12 

inches. Corolla pale lemon yellow, veined purplish towards 
base, with the base purple-maroon. Shady, grassy openings 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2927. Senecio nimborum, Franch. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Flowers 

orange yellow. Grassy, stony slopes on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2928. Saxifraga atrata, Engler. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white, base of petals marked rich lemon yellow ; anthers 
dark red ; gynaecium black. Rocky, shady situations in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2929. Saussurea peduncularis, Franch. Plant of 14 to 18 inches. 

Flowers deep reddish-purple, fragrant. Grassy openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
2o'N. Alt. 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2930. Cnicus chinensis, Maxim. Plant of 1 1- to 2 ft. Flowers magenta- 

rose. Dry, stony situations in pine forests and amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2931. Aster vestitus, Franch. Plant of i| to 2$ ft. Ray florets pale 

purplish-rose, disc florets yellow. Open, grassy situations 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2932. Saussurea vestita, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

pale purplish-rose. Stony mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat, 27 30' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. China. 

2 933- Senecio dianthus, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers orange. 

Shady, dry situations in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2 934- Ulmaria vestita, Wall. Plant of 3 to 4^ ft. Flowers creamy 

yellow, strongly fragrant. Dry, shady openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11.000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2935- Campanula Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers pale blue. Open, grassy, stony situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2936. Anemone japonica, Sieb. et Zucc, var. elegans, Decne. Plant 

of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers white, exterior of perianth rose, anthers 
orange. Dry, shady openings in pine forests on the eastern 
- - - - * ' • ' ^ Lat. 27 12' X. Alt. 10,000 to 



flank 



11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W 



12 



178 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

2937* Pedicularis lutescens, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

canary yellow. Stony, grassy slopes on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2938. Salvia castanea, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i| to 2 ft. Flowers 

purplish-maroon, base of corolla reddish-yellow. Shady, 
grassy situations on the margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2939. Ainsliaea pteropoda, DC. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Barren, 

stony ground on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2940. Saussurea Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 20 to 24 inches. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Shady, grassy openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2941. Clematis trullifera, Finet et Gagnep. Scandent shrub of 15 to 

20 ft. Flowers deep cream colour, fragrant. On trees and 
scrub in shady, moist situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2942. Swertiamacrosperma, C.B.Clarke. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

very pale blue. Dry, open situations on mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan,' 
China. 

2943. Aneilema divergens, Clarke. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Root 

tuberous, flowers pale purple. Dry, shady situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

27°25'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W.' 
Yunnan, China. 

[This specimen is remarkable for its low stem and small 
leaves, which are mostly basal ; the locality is remarkably 
high.] 

2944. Pedicularis gyrorhyncha, Franch. Plant of i£ to 2 ft 

Flowers pale rose. Grassy openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China! 

2945. Pedicularis Alopecurus, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches 

Flowers lower portion canary yellow, upper, deep rose. 
Dry, shady, grassy situations in pine and mixed forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 20' N 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. China! 



2946. Cnicus chinensis, Maxim. Plant of 2 to 3 J ft. Flowers deep 



purplish-crimson, fragrant. Amongst scrub in grassy open- 
ings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

™nA ge - v w v 7 25 N ru Alt I0 ' 000 to IX ' 000 ft - September" 
1900. A .W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 179 

2947- Saxifraga macrostigma, Franch., var. aurantiascens, Engl. 

et Irmscher. Tufted plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers deep 
orange striped reddish-orange, anthers orange, filaments 
reddish. Whole plant when fresh has a strong smell resem- 
bling rhubarb root. Dry, shady ledges of limestone cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N Alt 
10,500 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2948. Saussurea subulata, Clarke. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

of deep reddish-purple, fragrant. Ledges and crevices of cliffs 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2949- La ctuca graciliflora, Franch. Plant of 3 to 4 ft. Flowers blue. 

bhady situations on the margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2950. Potentilla articulata, Franch. Tufted plant of 1 to z\ inches. 

Flowers bright canary yellow shaded darker towards base of 

petals. Crevices and ledges of limestone cliffs in dry situations 

on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 

Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2951. Saussurea Sughoo, Clarke. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Flowers 

bluish-purple, fragrant. Mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 13,000 to 
14,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2952. Saussurea spathulaefolia, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. 

Flowers rose-carmine. Ledges and crevices of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2953- Cyananthus inflatus, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. 

Flowers pale blue. Open, grassy situations on the margins of 
pine forests and on mountain meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2954. Leontopodium calocephalum (Franch.), Beauv. Plant of 3 to 

6 inches. Flowers greenish-white. Stony mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

2 955- Thalictrum alpinum, Linn. Plant of 4 to 7 inches. Flowers 

purplish-green. Stony pasture-land on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. X.W. Yunnan, China. 

2956. Saxifraga drabaeformis, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2^ inches. 

Flowers deep rich yellow. Crevices of limestone cliffs and 
rocks on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W, 
Yunnan, China. 



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2 957- Gentiana microdonta, Franch., vel affinis. Plant of 14 to 16 

inches. Flowers bright blue. Moist, shady situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat.27°25 , N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2958. Saxifraga signata, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 

8 inches. All parts, excepting the corolla, darkly glandular. 
Petals pale yellow, with the basal half on interior spotted 
deep maroon; anthers yellow; gynaecium dark green. 
Open situations on limestone drift at the base of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27° 25' N Alt 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China! 

2959. Saussurea likiangensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 4 inches 

blowers deep purplish-rose. Mountain pasture-lard on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 so' N Alt 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China.' 

2960. Nepeta Stewartiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 ft 

Flowers blue, striped and spotted a darker shade, whole plant 
aromatic Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern 

rf^L fl Llcb . lan f Ran § e ; Lat - 2 7° 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 

12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2961. Lychnis nigrescens, Edgew. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers 

rf/^' . Le ^s of cliffs and stony ground at base of same 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 z*> N 

China 11 ' 000 I2 '° 00 Se P temb er 1906. N.W. Yunnan,' 

2962. Ranunculus pensylyanicus, Linn. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Shady, grassy situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 «' N 

CWna ' 000 II,00 ° ft ' Se P tember J 906- N.W. Yunnan,' 

2963. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Flowers blue. Open, grassy situations on the margins of 

£? 1<T Alt ™TT flank °J the c Lichian S Ran ^ La° 
Ylnnin N Chfna. I0 '° 00t0II ' 000ft - Se P^ber 190I. N.W. 

2964. Senecio scytophyllus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 12 inches 

Ray florets orange, disc florets greenish-orange Shadv 
grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. ii, 00 o to 12 000 ft 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2965. Saxifraga subamplexicaulis, Engl et IrmsrW Qr, 

Tufted plant of 6 to 10 inches. Fevers omnge with Others 
same colour On humus-covered boulders and ledges of 

Laf 2 m 7° S t' V N lley l°t n x h T e 6aSt f n flank ° f the Lkhlang'lang: 
N^'Yunna^'chfna. II '°°° t0 l2 '°°° *' Se P tember ^ 

2966. Sa^^Kunti^ Clarke. Plant of 5 to 8 inches. Flowers 

%*£l$L£^^£ C ^ -the eastern flank 
ft. September x 9 o6 ge ' N^.' Y^am Cl^ ' ^°° * I3 '°°° 



Numerical Catalogue I fi I 

2967. Crawfurdia fasciculata, Wall. Scandent plant of ij to 2 A ft. 

Flowers pale lilac, shaded darker on exterior. On grass and 
in cane brakes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range 

\?™ 2 2°r 20 ' N ' Alt I]: ' 000 t0 I2 ' 000 ft - September 1006. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2968. Utricularia multicaulis, Oliver. Plant of \ to i£ inches. 

Flowers blue and yellow. Open, marshy situations on moun- 
tain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

h a L 2 ?r 20 ' N - Alt I 3' 000 to I 4.ooo ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2969. Utricularia Wallichiana, Wight, var. firmula, Oliver. Plant 

of 2 to 3| inches. Flowers bright orange. Alpine marshes on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan 
China. 

m 

2970. Oxalis corniculata, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

golden yellow. A species of many forms in Yunnan, varying 
greatly according to situation and altitude. Dry, stony 
ground on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 



2971. Sedum trifidum, Wall 



Var. 



nov. Succulent plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers and foliage 
greenish or ruddy yellow. On trees and moss-covered boulders 
in dense, shady pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2972. Gymnadenia pseudo-diphylax, Kranzlin. Plant of 2\ to 6 

inches. Flowers rose-red. Stony mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N Alt 
9000 to 10,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. ' 

2 973- Hydrangea aspera, Don. Branched shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Fertile 

florets lavender-purple, barren florets yellowish-white. Dry, 
open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2974. Primula serratifolia, Franch., nee ex Pax Monogr.— P. biserrata, 

G. Forrest. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers yellow, with 
an orange stripe down centre of each segment of corolla : 
fragrant. Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2975. Epilobium pannosum, Hausskn. Plant of 14 to 20 inches. 

Flowers rose-red. Marshy mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[The leaves are shorter and more crowded than usual.] 

2976. Campanula cana, Wall. Plant of 5 to 9 inches. Flowers blue. 

Ledges of cliffs and on humus-covered boulders on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 






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2977. Delphinium yunnanense, Franch. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. Flowers 

light and dark blue. Grassy openings on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2978. Cyananthus inflatus, Hook. f. et Thorns. Semi-prostrate plant 

of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers blue. Grassy openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2979. Diuranthera minor, C. H. Wright ex Hemsl. Plant of 14 

inches. Root fleshy ; flowers white, exterior marked rose, 



stamens yellow, snaay situations amongst rocks on moun- 
tain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2980. Cuscuta reflexa, Roxb., f. grandiflora, Engelm. Plant of 6 to 

15 ft. Stems succulent, golden yellow. Flowers yellowish- 
white, fragrant. Parasitical on many trees and shrubs, 
forming dense, huge masses in open situations in the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2981. Carum schizopetalum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Petals 

greenish- white, gynaecium dark green. Mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N . 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2982. Delphinium grandiflorum, Linn. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

bright blue. Shady, grassy situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. y 

2983. Senecio camptodontus, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2$ ft. Flowers 

orange. Moist situations on mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2984. Parnassia foliosa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers pale creamy yellow. Open, grassy, moist situations 
amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2985. Polygonum oliganthum, Diels. Sp. nov. Slender plant of 

i- 2 - to 2 ft. Flowers pale rose. Amongst long grass on 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2986. Adenophora diplodonta, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 16 inches. 

Flowers pure white Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
10 000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 
[I hick napiform tuber-root.] 



Numerical Catalogue 183 

2987. Lactuca napifera, Franch. Plant of 16 to 20 inches. Flowers 

orange yellow. Dry, rocky situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt.^ io 3 ooo to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2988. Saxifraga turfosa, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant of 14 

to 18 inches. Flowers orange-yellow, anthers the same. 
Marshy situations on mountain meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2989. Sedum Alfredi, Hance (?). Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Foliage 

fleshy, flowers greenish-yellow. Moist, shady situations 
on cliffs and boulders in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 2$' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2990. Gentiana cephalantha, Franch. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pale blue, exterior of corolla striped green. Open 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2991. Luculia gratissima, Sweet. Shrub of 6 to 20 ft. Flowers 

rose-pink, fragrant. Dry, open situations in the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 io' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2992. Cnicus eriophoroides, Hook. f. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

rose-purple, fragrant. Open situations on mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2993. Ainsliaea yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 6 to 15 inches. 

Flowers rose-pink. Open, dry situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

2994. Allium polyastrum, Diels, var. platyphyllum, Diels. Sp, 

et var. nov. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers deep 
magenta. Grassy openings amongst rocks on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2995. Lychnis scopulorum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

crimson-maroon. Stony mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2996. Anaphalis Franchetiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers white, phyllaries rose-red. Crevices and 
ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2997. Elsholtzia Bodinieri, Vaniot. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. Flowers 

rose-pink. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft, 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



1 84 PLANTAE CHINENSES FORRESTIANAfi 



japonicum, Meissn. Plant of 1 to 2h ft. Flowers 



white. Very shady, moist situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

2999. Impatiens aquatilis, Hook. f. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers deep purple, maroon, and orange. Open, moist 
situations by margins of streams on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

3000. Lobelia taliensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Erect plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers blue. Open, dry situations amongst scrub in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3001. Clerodendron foetidum, Bge. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

dark crimson. Dry situations at the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3002. Jurinea edulis, Franch. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

deep purple-crimson. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3003. Lactuca Souliei, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. Florets 

bright blue ; foliage ruddy green. Open situations on lime- 
stone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. v 

3004. Crepis umbrella, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

bright yellow, pappus creamy white. Open situations on 
limestone drift on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

xfiv 2 £° 25 ' N ^ Alt - II ' 000 to I2 > 00 ° ft - August 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3005. Saussurea leucoma , Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers deep bluish-crimson. Sheltered situations amongst 
boulders on barren wind-swept ridges on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 16,000 to 
16,500 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3006. Saussurea gossypiphora, Don. Plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Flowers dark crimson Sheltered situations amongst* 
boulders on barren wind-swept ridges on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt 16 <nn tn 
17,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan China! ' 5 

This was the extreme limit of vegetation, and was situated 
a few hundreds of feet higher than No. 3005 which again 

p^&n^? ^ ° ther SpeCleS - Cl0Se * th^tmif 3 

eastern flank of the iWang Ra'ngT La f T^ **£? 
10,000 to 13,000 ft. September iJU N.W 7 Yunnan 



Numerical Catalogue 185 

3008. Codonopsis macrocalyx, Diels. Sp. nov. Semi-scandent 

plant of i£ to 2 ft. Flowers green, faintly tinged maroon 

at base. Shady situations amongst grass and scrub on the 

eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 

10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3009. Polianthes tuberosa, Linn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Perianth 

white, fleshy, very strongly fragrant. Grown by the Mossoo, 
natives of the north end of the Lichiang valley as an orna- 
mental plant. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3010. Lilium Brownii, Mielle. Plant of 4 to 5 ft. Flowers thick 

and fleshy, creamy white on exterior, pale canary-yellow on 
base of interior, anthers brownish - orange, powerfully 
fragrant. Ledges of cliffs in the Lang-kung Hsien valley 
between San Yi and Miu-Kai. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 7000 
to 8000 ft. August 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

301 1. Tanacetum Pallasianum, Trautv. et Mey. Plant of 14 to 20 

inches. Flowers brassy yellow. Dry, open, rocky situations 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 9500 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

[Cf. T. leucophyllum, Regel non Hausskn.] 

3012. Fagopyrum cymosum, Meissn. vel aff. Plant of 3 to 4 ft. 

Flowers rose-red. Moist, open situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3013. Gentiana melandrifolia, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Corolla interior bright blue, exterior striped green and 
greenish-maroon. Dry, grassy, rocky situations on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 25 to 27 10' N. 
Alt. 10,500 to 11,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3014. Cuscuta reflexa, Roxb. Parasite plant of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

brownish-yellow, stems yellow. On grass and undergrowth 
in shady situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. qooo to 10,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3015. Porana racemosa, Roxb. Scandent plant of 2 to 5 ft. On 

undergrowth in dry, open situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3016. Arundina chinensis, Bl. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white 

and rose-lavender. Dry, grassy situations on the hills 
forming the eastern boundary of the Lichiang valley. 
Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3017. Gentiana cyananthiflora, Franch. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. 

Flowers blue, greenish on exterior. Open mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 



186 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



3018. Sedum 



genuinum 



Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers ruddy green. On humus- 
covered boulders. and ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3019. Gentiana yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 4 to 7 inches. 

Flowers blue. Open situations on mountain meadows on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3020. Gentiana stellariaefolia, Franch. Plant of 1 to z\ inches. 

Flowers deep indigo blue. Ledges and crevices of limestone 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 13,000 to 14,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

3021. Gentiana decorata, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. 

Flowers deep indigo blue. Forming tufts on ledges of cliffs 
and on humus-covered boulders on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 13,000 to 14,000 ft. 
September 1906. 

3022. Clematis yunnanensis, Franch. Scandent shrub of 4 to 9 ft. 

Flowers cream colour tinged pink. In cane brakes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3023. Crawfurdia fasciculata, Wall. Scandent plant of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers pale bluish lilac, with deeper markings on exterior. 
In cane brakes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 



Pleurogy 



Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 



Flowers blue with a pinkish tinge, striped deep blue, green 
on exterior. Open, rocky situations on mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3025. Saxifraga drabaeformis, Franch. Tufted plant of 3 to 

4 inches. Flowers bright golden yellow, anthers same. 
Clefts and ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3026. Gentiana detonsa, Rottb. Plant of 8 to 18 inches. 

Flowers blue. Moist, gravelly situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 25 15' N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3027. Delphinium grandiflorum, Linn. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. 

Flowers rich blue. Open, grassy, shady situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 187 

3028. Gentiana ornata, Wall. Tufted plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers deep rich blue, plicae dark bluish-green. Open, 
moist, stony situations on mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 to 
13,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3029. Allium cyaneum, Regel. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers 

deep rich blue, with the segments of perianth pure white. 
Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

3030. Delphinium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 12 

inches. Perianth semi-transparent of a pale, watery, violet- 
purple colour, veined a darker shade. Open mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3031. Gentiana cyananthiflora, Franch. Tufted plant of 3 to 6 

inches. Flowers deep blue. Open, stony situations on 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3032. Lobelia sessilifolia, Lamb. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Flowers deep 

purplish-blue. Moist, open, stony situations on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 12' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3033. Dracocephalum tanguticum, Maxim. Plant of 12 to 16 

inches. Flowers deep blue. Whole plant aromatic. Open, 
dry situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 11,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3034- Saxifraga cinerascens, Engl, et Irmscher. Sp. nov. Plant 

of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers golden yellow, anthers the same 
shade. On humus-covered boulders and dry ledges of 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,500 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3035. Delphinium yunnanense, Franch. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. 

. Flowers deep rich blue. Grassy openings on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3036. Hibiscus Trionum, Linn. Plant of 5 to 9 inches. Flowers 

lemon yellow, base of petals maroon. Dry, clayey pasture- 
land in the centre of the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 5' N. 
Alt. 8500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3037. Gentiana gentilis, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

deep purplish-blue. Dry, open pastureland in the Lichiang 
valley. Lat. 27 10' N. Alt. 9000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

[This is a plant larger in all parts than Franchet's type. 
The calyx is less fimbriate-ciliate.j 



188 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



3038. Allium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers deep claret-red, darkest on the midrib of each 
segment. Crevices and grassy ledges of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3039. Veratrum stenophyllum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of ij to 

3 ft. Flowers golden yellow, exterior veined green. Open 
grassy situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20" N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. Yunnan, W. China. 

3040. Gentiana Serra, Franch. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers 

blue, with the exterior striped lighter. Open, grassy situa- 
tions on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3041. Saussurea spathulaefolia, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. 

Flowers rose, anthers purplish-blue. Crevices of limestone 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27° 20' N. Alt. 13,000 to 14,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3042. Swertia pubescens, Franch. Plant of i|- to 2 ft. Corolla 

transparent watery white, base of petals marked greenish- 
blue, with two blue spots. Open mountain meadows on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20" N. 
Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3043. Siletie atrocastanea, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to q inches. 

Flowers deep maroon. Ledges and crevices of cliffs on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3044. Aconitum brachypodum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i^ to 

2 ft. Flowers bright blue, lighter towards base of perianth. 
Open, grassy situations in and on the margins of pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3045. Cyananthus longiflorus, Franch. Procumbent plant of 6 to 

12 inches. Flowers deep indigo blue. Open situations 
on limestone drift, and on humus-covered boulders on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3046. Saussurea taraxacifolia, Wall. Plant of 1 J to 3 inches. 

Flowers rose, anthers deep purple. Open, grassy situations 
amongst rocks on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3047. Tanacetum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches, strongly 

aromatic. Flowers bright orange yellow. Open, rocky 
situations on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 
ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. China. 



Numerical Catalogue 189 

3048. Gentiana raelandrifolia, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers azure blue, exterior striped green. Dry, grassy. 

rocky situations on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 

Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. 

3049. Allium yunnanense, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. 

Flowers bright rose. Dry, rocky situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3050. Ligusticum pteridophyllum, Franch. Plant of i£ to z\ ft. 

Flowers greenish-white. Open, shady situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[The colour of the petals is very variable. Cf. No. 3072.] 

3051. Sedum Oreades, Raymond Hamet. Plant of 1 to 2. I inches. 

Flowers yellow. Ledges of cliffs and on humus-covered 
boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
Yunnan, W. China. 

3052. Eupatorium Lindleyanum, DC. Plant of \\ to 2 \ ft. Flowers 

white. Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3053. Satyrium szechuanicum, Kranzl. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Root tuberous ; flowers rose-pink, fragrant. Dry, grassy 
slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3054. Lespedeza sericea, Miq. Dwarf shrub of \\ to 2\ ft. Flowers 

white with a blotch of purple on vexillum. Dry, open 
situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3055. Begonia Harrowiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. 

Flowers pale pink. In shady pine forests on humus-covered 
boulders on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 9500 to 10,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3056. Spiranthes chinensis (Pers.) Ames. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pure waxy white. Sheltered situations amongst rocks 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

* 

3057. Ophiopogon dracaenoides, Hook. f. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers pale rose, anthers green. Dry. rocky, shady situa- 
tions in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 



190 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

3058. Inula sericophylla, Franch. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Ray 

florets orange, disc florets dark orange. Dry, open situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3059. Pedicularis longepetiolata, Franch. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. 

Flowers bright rose. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 
n 5 ooo to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3060. Carum coloratum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 10 inches. 

Corolla pure white, gynaecium green, Grassy ledges of 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 
25" N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3061. Lactuca hispida, DC. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. Flowers 

bright yellow. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3062. Carum scaberulum, Franch., var. ambrosiaefolium, Franch. 

Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white. Shady situations amongst 
scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3063. Aster indicus, Linn. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers white. 

Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3064. Clematis ranunculoides, Franch. Erect plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers magenta-rose. Grassy situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3065. Clematis lasiandra, Maxim. Scandent shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers rose colour. Open situations on cane on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,500 ft. September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3066. Allium polyastrum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 to 20 inches. 

Flowers bright rose. Grassy slopes on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. n ; ooo to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3067. Bupleurura longicaule, Wall., var. Francheti, de Boissieu. 

Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers yellowish-brown. Grassy 
slopes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 

2;°20'N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906.' N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3068. Saussurea romuleifolia, Franch. Plant of i£ to 4 inches. 

Flowers rose, anthers deep purplish blue. Stony, mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Ran^e Lat 

If 25 ' N ~ A u - I 3'°°o to 14.000 ft. October 1906. ' N.W. 
Yunnan, China, • 



Numerical Catalogue 191 

3069. Myricaria germanica, Desv. Shrub of 3 to 7 ft. Flowers 

deep rose. Open, dry situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3070. Tanacetum adenanthum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 

12 inches. Flowers bright orange, whole plant strongly 
aromatic. Dry, open rocky situations on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3071. Pentapanax Henryi, Harms. Shrub or tree of 20 to 30 ft. 

Perianth green, anthers light yellow. Open situations in 
mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3072. Ligusticum pteridophyllum, Franch. Plant of 14 to 18 

inches. Flowers deep rose crimson. Open, shady situations 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3073. Pleurospermum Govanianum, Wall., var. bicolor, Franch. 

Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers greenish-white. Moist, 
shady openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3074. Habenaria diceras, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers green. Dry, shady situations in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3075. Herminium forceps, Schltr. Comb. nov. Pertstylus forceps, 

Finet. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers green, fragrant. 
Stony mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3076. Lychnis Senno, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright rose. Moist, open situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3077. Pedicularis hirtella, Franch. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. Flowers 

deep crimson. Grassy situations on the margins of cane 
brakes on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3078. Carum (?) pityophilum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i£ to z\ 

ft. Flowers white. Open, dry situations in pine scrub on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3079. Pedicularis crenata, Maxim. Plant of 5 to 9 inches. 

Flowers deep rose. Open, moist situations amongst rocks 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. October 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan. China. 



192 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

3080. Leontopodium subulatum, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers greenish-white. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3081. Lactuca Beesiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i£ to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale blue. Grassy ledges of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3082. Gentiana yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white, exterior green. Mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3083. Lycoris radiata, Herb. Plant of i£ to 3 ft. Flowers scarlet- 

rose. In cultivation by the native Mossoo of the north end 
of the Lichiang valley as an ornamental plant. Lat. 27 15' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3084. Lycoris aurea, Herb. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers orange 

yellow. In cultivation by the Mossoo natives of the north 
end of the Lichiang valley as an ornamental plant. Lat. 
27 15' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. October 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3085. Lactuca macrorrhiza, Hook. f. Plant of 5 to 8 inches. 

Florets pale lavender blue. Moist, open situation on face of 
cliff on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' 
N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3086. Arthraxon microphyllus, Hochst. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Shady, dry situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3087. Lactuca taliensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers blue 

Open, grassy situations on the margins of cane brakes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N Alt 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3088. Allium polyastrum, Diels/ Sp. nov. Plant of ii to 2 ft 

*iZ eT \ hn l h \\l Se T^ eUta -r, Uoist ' S rass y slopes on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N Alt 

11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China". 

3089. Aconitum acaule (Finet et Gagnep.). Diels. Plant of 1 to 2I 

ft. Flowers deep clear blue. Open, grassy ledges of cliffs 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat 27 20' N 

China"' 500 t0 I1,50 ° ft ' ° Ct0ber I 9° 6 " N.W. 7 Yun°nan; 

3090. Chenopodium Botrys, Linn. Plant of 4 to 8 inches Flowers 

flZ' the ": 6 e o P The ^T ^ fl ar T^ C - D?y TastureTa'd 
Lat g 27° 20' N Alt n n ^ ° f the Lichi ™S Range. 
N W. YUan.™^ 900 ° t0 I0 ' 000 *• Octofir i 9 o\ 



Numerical Catalogue 193 

3091. Gentiana rigescens, Franch. Plant of 12 to 15 inches. 

Flowers purplish-rose. A Chinese drug, exported south and 
east. Dry mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3092. Viburnum erubescens, Wall. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

creamy white. Amongst mixed scrub in side valleys on 

the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. 

Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3093. Thesium chinense, Turcz. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

greenish-white. Open, dry situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' X. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3094. Euonymus cornutoides, Loes. Sp. nov. Shrub of 6 to 10 

ft. Flowers livid green. Shady situations in mixed forest 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 2j° 25' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 190b. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3095. Andrachne cordifolia, Muell. Arg. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Open situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' X. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3096. Rumex maritimus, Linn. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

green. Dry, stony situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3097. Pittosporum pauciflorum, Hook, et Arn. Shrub of 8 to 14 

ft. Flowers creamy yellow. Amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank ot the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3098. Corylopsis yunnanensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 10 to 

20 ft. Flowers pale yellow. Open situations in mixed 
forests in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3099. Smilax tortuosus, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers green. Open, grassy situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. 
Lat. 27 20' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3100. Osmanthus fragrans, Lour. Shrub of 6 to 18 ft. Flowers 

golden or creamy yellow, powerfully fragrant. In culti- 
vation generally by the Chinese of Yunnan as an ornamental 
shrub. Specimens from the Lichiang valley. Lat. 27 X. 
Alt. 8200 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3101. Saccolabium distichum, Lindl. Procumbent plant of 3 to 9 

inches. Flowers greenish white. Moist, shady situations 
on rocks in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 

Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11.000 ft. October 

1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 
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194 Plantae Chinenses ForrestianaE 

3102. Braya sinensis, Hemsl. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pale bluish-white, veined slightly darker. Moist, gravelly 
situations in beds of streams in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 12,000 
to 13,000 ft. October 1906. X.W. Yunnan, China. 

3103. Scrophularia Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Moist, stony pastureland on the eastern 
flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3104. Anisadenia pubescens, Griff. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, base of exterior of corolla rose. Dry open 
situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang 
Range. Lat. 27 15' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 
1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3105. Viburnum foetidum, Wall. ? Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white, anthers violet. Open situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 25' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3106. Tripterygium Forrestii, Loes. Sp. now Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers greenish- white. Open situations amongst mixed 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 
27 20' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3107. Ceratostigma Griffithii, Clarke. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

deep blue. Open, moist situations on the eastern flank of 
the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

3108. Lycium chinense, Mill. Spinous shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Open, shady situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3109. Haloragis micrantha, R. Br. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. Flowers 

pale rose. Moist, stony situations by streams in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25" N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3110. Gentiana Georgei, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Corolla deep purplish-blue interior, exterior striped greenish 
with the base green. Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 25" N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. N.W. Yunnan. 

3111-3820. 

3821. Veratrilla Bailloni, FTanch.—Swertia mekongensis, Balf. 1 

and G. Forrest. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. Flowers green, 
marked purplish-maroon. Shady situations on the margin 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



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Numerical Catalogue 195 

3822. Gentiana maeulchanensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers pale blue, exterior green. Damp, stony mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3823. Gentiana aprica, Decne. Plant of 1 to 4 inches. Corolla 

bright blue, exterior striped green, throat and tube yellow. 
Open, dry and moist situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3824. Gentiana otophora, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers yellowish-white, striped and spotted bluish-green. 
Moist, grassy openings in and on the margins of pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. \V. Yunnan, China. 

825. Gentiana Harrowiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Procumbent plant 

of 1 to 2 inches. Flowers bright blue, exterior greenish-blue. 
Open, rocky mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11.000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3826. Gentiana microdonta, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers bright blue, stems and calyces deep greenish-purple. 
Moist, shady situations in and on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

3827. Gentiana decorata, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. 

Flowers deep purplish-blue, striped a lighter shade. Moist, 
open, stony pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3828. Gentiana stylophora, Clarke. Plant of 1 to 2J ft. Flowers 

greenish - yellow, veined purplish - green. Moist, grassy 
openings in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11.000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3829. Gentiana sikkimensis, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers yellowish-white, exterior darkest. Open mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

3830. 

3831. Gentiana phyllocalyx, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers deep blue, striped a lighter shade. Open mountain 
pastureland on the summit of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 
N. Alt. 13,000 ft. October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3832. Gentiana phyllocalyx, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers deep blue, interior lightest. Boggy mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 190b. W. 
Yunnan, China, 



J 96 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

3 8 33- Gentiana robustior, Burkill. Plant of 4 to 7 inches. 

Corolla interior bright blue, exterior greenish-blue. Stony 
mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

3834- Gentiana microphyta, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. 

Flowers bright blue, interior lighter. Moist, gravelly situa- 
tions on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11.000 to 12,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3835- 

3836. Swertia macrosperma, C. B. Clarke. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale blue. Open mountain pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10 000 
to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3837- 

3838. Lysimachia Candida, Lindl. vel aft Plant of 6 to 10 inches 

Flowers white. Open, moist, grassy situations along the 

base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3839. Lysimachia violascens, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white or shell-pink anthers violet. Dry, open situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the' Tali Range. Lat. 

25 /°,i;* v Alt - I0 ^ 000 to ".000 ft. September-October 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3840. Lysimachia Candida, Lindl., sub-sp. microphylla, Franch. 

Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers white. Damp, grassy 
situations in the padi fields around the city of Talifu. Lat 

fhinf 5 °° ft - A P ril - AIa -V 1906. W. Yunnan, 

V> Ai aJL 1 cL • 

3841. Lysimachia drymariaefolia, Franch. Semi-prostrate plant of 

«n tS Lr T - dl T Shady ' S rass y situations in and 

Tali L™? 1 °! Pm o e f °^ T S ° n the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12 000 ft 

August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3842. Lysimachia congestiflora, Hemsl. vel aff. Slender plant of o 

%£ 2*£ vaiwf S ^ P^ a °^ -tuatio^famongs? 
Lat 2?° fo' N Y tn n he 6aSt + ern flank of the Ta li Range. 
China 4 ,00 ° t0 IX ' 000 ft W - Yunnln, 

3843. Lysjmachia deltoidea Wight, var cinerascens, Franch. 

want ot 2 to 4 inches. Flowers yellow. Open drv rockv 
* nations amongst scrub on the eastern fla^k of The Tal^ 



Range. Lat. 25* 40' N. Alt. 9000 to zo o 00 T 
W. Yunnan, China. G. Forrest 



July 



3843A - L ^Zl h ^tZ^Y3 Un . d h Plant of il to 2 l ft. 



Stem 



hollow, succulent. Flowers fleshy deer mmfeZ * at-T 
shady situations on mountain metZirin\t^ M ° 1St f 
pine forests on the eastern flank of Zl -? V ^ mar g lns of 

25 W N. Alt. 12,000 to 1T000 ?t t , Ran K gC - La i- 
W. Yunnan. 3, ° 00 ft September 1906, 






Numerical Catalogue 197 

3844. Nomocharis pardanthina, Franch., var. alba- Variety of 

F. No. 3845, with pure white perianth. 

3845. Nomocharis pardanthina, Franch. Plant of 18 to 24 inches. 

Flowers watery-white, blotched and spotted pale purple, 
base of perianth pale purplish-maroon, faintly fragrant. 
Grassy situations on the margins of pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3846. Burmannia disticha, Linn. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers deep blue. Boggy situations on mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. September-October 1906. W. Yunnan. 

3847. Cyananthus macrocalyx, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. 

Flowers primrose yellow. Moist, stony mountain pastureland 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Tange. Lat. 25 40" N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3848. Cyananthus incanus, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. leiocalyx, 

Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers bright blue. Open 
mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

3849. Cyananthus longiflorus, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rich blue. Shady, rocky situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
11,000 ft. September-October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3850. Wahlenbergia gracilis. Schrad. Plant of 3 to 10 inches. 

Flowers bright blue. Dry, barren, rocky pastureland along 
the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 

3851. Codonopsis convolvulacea, Kurz. Twining plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers bright blue. Root tuberous. On grass and dwarf 
cane in open, dry situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. September- 
October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3S52. Codonopsis Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Twining plant of 4 to 

10 ft. Flowers bright blue. On scrub and cane in open situa- 
tions on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3853. Codonopsis tubulosa, Komarow. Scandent plant of 6 to 10 

ft. Flowers greenish-yellow netted purplish-maroon. On 
scrub in dry open situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 

Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 

906. W. Yunnan, China. 
[Somewhat variable in hairiness of leaves and length of 
corolla.] 

3854. Codonopsis tubulosa, Komarow. 
3855- 



198 Plantae Chinen es Forrestianae 

3856. Campanula crenulata, Franch. Plant of 4 to 10 inches. 

Flowers bright rich blue. On grassy 1 Iges of cliffs and 
boulders in open, dry situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lai. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. October 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 

3857. Adenophora leptosepala, Diels. Sp. now Plant of 2 to 3 

ft. Flowers pale blue. Open, dry, grassy situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. *Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

3858. Adenophora leptosepala, Diels. Sp. now Plant of t£ to 2 

ft. Flowers pale blue. Open, grassy situations in and on 
the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. n r ooo ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 

3859- Adenophora leptosepala, Diels. vel. aff. Plant of 12 to 16 

inches. Flowers bright blue. Moist, gravelly situations by 
streams on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25" 
40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

3860. Adenophora pachyrhiza, Diels. Sp. now Plant of 12 to 16 

inches. Flowers bright blue. Thick tuber root. Dry, 
shady situations on the margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

3861. Adenophora ornata, Diels. Sp. now Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

* lowers bright blue. Shadv, moist situations on the margins 

oi pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

?5 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. * V 

3862. Adenophora ornata, Diels. Sp. now Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

b lowers bright blue. Dry, open, rocky pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 

China I0 '° 00 ft Au & ust - Se P tember 1906. W. Yunnan, 

3863. Campanula colorata, Wall., var. ramulosa, Wall. Plant of 

1 to 2 It Flowers blue. Dry situations in and on the 

margins of cane scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

^at. 25 40 N. Alt. 10,000 ft. September 1906. W. 
Yunnan. ^ y 

3864. Campanula canescens Wall. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Sstern fll^ ^J?' s ^dy situation amongst scrub on the 
0000 f? fl ! n V f K the T * h ^nge. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, China 

3865 ' Ca Wu P e ani \ I ro^ l0rat i aj W f 1L • Plant of 6 inches - lowers pale 

Tali Ratr U^l Rations on the eastern flank of the 
^ Yunnan. 54K Mt I0 ' 00 ° ft ' October 1906. 

3866. Campanula cana, Wall. 



Numerical Catalogue 199 

3867. Campanula colorata, Wall., var. ramulosa, Wall. Plant of 

1 to 1 J ft. Flowers blue. Moist, shady situations by 
sides of streams along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. October 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

3868. Lobelia taliensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Flowers blue. Open, moist situations on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 9500 ft. October 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

3869. Lobelia pleotricha, Diels. Sp. nov. Half shrubby plant of 

4 to 6 ft. Flowers blue. Moist, shady situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. October 1906. W. Yunnan. 

3870. Lobelia pyramidalis, Wall. Plant of 2\ to 5 ft. Flowers 

blue. Open, dry, grassy situations at base of eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 ft. October 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

[This specimen is like the common Sikkim plant.] 
3871-3999. 

4000. Aster fuscescens, Bur. et Franch. Plant of \\ to 2 ft. Ray 

florets dark purplish-blue, disc florets ruddy orange. Moist, 
rocky, exposed situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4001. Aster pycnophyllus, Franch. Plant of \\ to 2 ft. Ray 

florets bright purplish-blue, disc florets orange-yellow. Shady 
ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4002. Erigeron multiradiatus, Benth. Plant of 10 to 12 inches. 

Ray florets purplish-blue, disc floats orange-yellow. Open 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 

4003. Carpesium cernuum, Linn. Plant of \\ to 3 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Moist, shady situations in and on the 
margins of pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
July- August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4004. Aster Harrowianus, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

Ray florets pale purplish-blue, disc florets orange-yellow. 
Moist, rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4005. Aster indicus, Linn. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Ray florets 

pale purplish-blue, disc florets orange. Open, grassy situations 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 



200 Pi ANTAE CHINENSES FoRRESTIaNaE 

4006. Aster indicus, Linn. Plant of 14 to 16 inches. Ray florets 

pale blue, disc florets yellow. Moist, shady situations in 
pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11.000 ft. August 1906. 

W. Yunnan. 

4007. Aster oreophilus, Franch. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. Ray 

florets lilac-rose, disc florets orange. Open grassy situations 
on the margins of cane brakes on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. n,ooo to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4008. Aster auriculatus, Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers 



white. 



scrub 



on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4009. Aster oreophilus, Franch. Plant of \\ to 2 ft. Ray florets 

lavender-blue, disc florets yellow. Grassy situations in and 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

uno. Eupatorium cannabinum, Linn, ex Franchet. Plant of 2 to 

4 ft. Flowers yellowish. Dry, open situations amongst 
scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 



4011. Inula sericophylla, Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers orange. Dry, stony situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4012. Vernonia papulosa, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

lavender-rose, fragrant. Dry, open situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4013. Inula serrata, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Flowers orange yellow. Moist situations on mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4014. Taraxacum sp. aff. T. mongolico, Hand. Mzt. Plant of 

2 to 4 inches. Flowers golden yellow. Dry, mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4015. Picris divaricata, Vaniot. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

orange. Dry, mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4016. Myriactis nepalensis, Less. Plant of 1 to li ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green. Moist, shady situations in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1006. W. Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 201 

4017. Tagetes patula, Linn. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

red-orange. Dry, stony pastureland on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4018. Bidens pilosa, Linn. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Ray florets 

white, disc florets orange. Dry, stony, barren pastureland 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 

4019. Cnicus chinensis, Maxim. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers pale 

rose. Dry, stony pastureland along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4020. Cnicus involucratus, DC. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers deep 

crimson. Moist situations on pastureland along the base of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 it. 
August-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4021. Saussurea affinis, Bge. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers pale 

rose. Dry, stony situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4022. Arctium Lappa, Juss. — Lappa major, Gaertn. Plant of 1 

to z\ ft. Flowers rose. Dry, stony situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-August 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

4023. Saussurea euodonta, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers deep purplish-crimson. Dry, shady situations in 
and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4024. Sonchus oleraceus, Linn. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Open, dry, stony situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40" N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4025. Crepis heterophylla, Hemsl. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, shady situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May- June 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4026. Myriactis Wallichii, Less. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

greenish- yellow. Shady situations in mixed and pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4027. Saussurea grosseserrata, Franch. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers deep bluish-purple, fragrant. Open mountain 
meadows, and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4028. Saussurea Kunthiana, Clarke. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

deep purplish-rose. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4c/ X. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 



202 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4029. Gerbera piloselloides, Cass. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. Flowers 

deep rose. Dry, stony pastureland on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4030. Saussurea Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

dark brown. Grassy ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4031. Saussurea peduncularis, Franch., var. corymbosa, Franch. 

Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers pale rose. Open, mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

4032. Saussurea euodonta, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers deep bluish-purple. Shady, grassy openings in pine 
forest on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 



4033. Myriactis Wallichii, Less. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers 

white. Open, grassy situations in and on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4034. Senecio mosoynensis, Franch. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Open, grassy situations in and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

4°35- Senecio chrysanthemoides, DC. Plant of i|- to 3 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Moist, open situations by the sides of 
streams on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4036. Senecio chrysanthemoides, DC. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Dry, mountain pastureland on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4037. Senecio spathiphyllus, Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers orange yellow. Boggy ; open situations along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4038. Senecio oryzetorum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Moist, open situations, bunds of padi 
fields, etc., in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
8000 ft. June-July 1906. W.Yunnan. 

4039. Senecio camptodontus, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright yellow. Boggy situations by the margins of streams 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

^\? ' N ' Alt - 7 ° 00 to 9°°° f t. August-September 1906. 
W.Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 203 

4040. Senecio sp. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers orange yellow, 

faintly fragrant. Moist, open situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4041. Senecio koualapensis, Franch. Plant of i\ to 3 ft. Flowers 

orange yellow. Shady, dry situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4042. Senecio dianthus, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

dirty orange. Dry, shady situations in pine scrub and forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4043. Inula Cappa, DC. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers orange. 

Dry, open situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 

4044. Lactuca napifera, Franch, Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

deep yellow. Dry, shady situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4045. Erigeron linifolius, Willd. Plant of 10 inches. Flowers pale 

yellow. Dry, open situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4046. Conyza pinnatifida, Dunn. Plant of i\ to 3 ft. Flowers 

very pale rose. Dry, open situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4047. Blumea hieracifolia, DC. Plant of 3 to 8 inches. Flowers 

very pale rose. Moist, open situations on the bunds of padi 
fields in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 6700 to 8000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4048. Petasites tricholobus, Franch. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. 

Flowers pale flesh colour, fragrant. Moist, shady situations 
in and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4049. Cremanthodium Delavayi (Franch.), Diels. Plant of 9 to 14 

inches. Flowers dull orange. Stony, mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4050. Crepis rigescens, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Dry, open situations in pine scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4051. Ainsliaea pteropoda, DC. Plant of 8 to 14 inches. Flowers 

magenta-rose. Moist, shady situations in pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 



204 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4052. Ainsliaea Henryi, Diels. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pale rose. Mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4053. Senecio Bulleyanus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers orange yellow. Grassy openings in pine forests 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft, August-September 
1906, W. Yunnan. 

4054. Senecio cacaliaefolius, Sch. Bip., van Atkinsoni, Hook. 

f. ex Franchet. Plant of 8 to 14 inches. Flowers deep 
yellow. Grassy, shady situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4055. Senecio nimborum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers orange yellow. Moist situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4056. Lactuca versicolor, Sch. Bip. ex Franchet. Plant of 3 to 9 

inches. Flowers yellow. Moist, grassy situations in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6500 to 8000 ft. May- 
June 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4057. Lactuca sativa, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers light 

yellow. Dry, rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4058. Dichrocephala Benthami, Clarke. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers yellowish-green. Moist, open situations along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 4c/ N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4059. Lactuca grandifiora, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3^ ft. Flowers 

light blue. Moist, shady situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4060. Lactuca grandiflora, Franch. Plant of i| to 2 & ft. Florets 

shining steel-grey, anthers brown orange. Moist, open 
situations on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4061. Tanacetum Pallasianum, Trautv. et Mey. Plant of 1 to i^ 

ft. Aromatic. Flowers orange-yellow. Open, rocky situa- 
tions on the eastern flank of the Tali Qana. 



Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. October 1906. W 

Tanacetum Pallasianum. Trautv. *>t tviw 



Lat. 25 40' N. 



Pallasianum, Trautv. et Mey. Plant of 1$ to 2$ 

ft. Aromatic. Flowers yellow. Shady, rocky situations in 

side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25° 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 205 

4063. Artemisia annua, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Strongly 

aromatic. Flowers light yellowish-brown. Dry, open 
situations along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. September 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

4064. Artemisia apiacea, Hance. Aromatic plant of i£ to 3 ft. 

Flowers light brown. Dry pastureland along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4065. Artemisia vulgaris, Linn., forma. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers ruddy brown. All parts aromatic. Dry situations 
on mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4066. Artemisia vulgaris, Linn., forma. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

greenish-brown. Open situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4067. Achillea setacea, Waldst. et Kit. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Dry pastureland along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4068. Anaphalis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers white. Whole plant strongly aromatic. Ledges and 

crevices of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 

4069. Leontopodium subulatum (Franch. sub Gnaphalium). 

Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers greenish-brown. Dry, stony 
pastureland, and on the ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4070. Leontopodium caespitosum, Diels. Sp. nov. Tufted plant 

of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers yellowish-brown. Dry, stony 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25°.40 / N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

4071. Anaphalis cuneifolia, Hook. f. Plant of J to 2 inches. 

Flowers white. Stony, mountain pastureland and on humus- 
covered boulders on the summit of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan. 

4072. Anaphalis cuneifolia, Hook. f. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white. Barren, stony pastureland on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4073. Gnaphalium hypoleucum, DC. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Moist situations on mountain pastureland 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W, 

Yunnan . 



206 Plaxtae CHINBNSBS Forrestiaxae 

4074. Gnaphalium multiceps, Wall. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. 

Flowers brassy yellow. Dry. mountain pastureland along 
the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4075. Anaphalis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers white. Open grassy situations amongst boulders on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4076. Anaphalis pterocaulon, Maxim. Plant of 10 to 12 inches. 

Flo wers white . Stony, mountain pastureland on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4077. Anaphalis Griffithii, Hook. f. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white. Dry situations on mountain meadows on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4078. Leontopodium foliosum (Franch.), Beauv. Plant of 3 to 8 

inches. Flowers yellowish- white. Stony, mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11.000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4079. 

4080. Cyathocline lyrata, DC. Plant of 4 to 10 inches. Flowers 

rose-red. Moist, open situations in the Shweli valley. Lat. 
25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. March 1906. S.W. Yunnan. 

4081. Blumea glomerata, DC. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

magenta-red. Moist, open situations in the Shweli valley. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. March 1906. S.W. 
Yunnan. 

4082. Vernonia cinerea, Less. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

dull rose. Dry, open situations in the Shweli valley. Lat. 
25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. March 1906. S.W. Yunnan. 

4083. Crepis japonica, Benth. Plant of i| to 2\ ft. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, open situations around "Talifu. Lat. 25 4°' 
N. Alt. 6500 to 7000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4084. Sonchus oleraceus, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2$ ft. Flowers 

yellow. Open, moist situations in the Talf valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4085. Cotula anthemoides, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

yellowish -green. Dry, clayey situations in the Shweli valley. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. S.W. Yunnan. March 
1906. 

4086. Crepis versicolor, Sch. Bip. Plant of 1 to 6 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, open situations in the Shweli valley. Lat. 
25 X. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. March 1906. S.W.Yunnan. 

4087. Laggera pterodonta, Benth. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 



pale rose. Whole 



open situations around Talifu. Lat. 25°'4o' N. Alt. 65 
to 8000 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan. 



Dry, 



Numerical Catalogue 207 

4088. Erigeron alpinus, Linn, Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Ray 

florets la vender- blue, disc florets yellow. Dry mountain 
pastureland on the east flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 6700 to 10,000 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4089. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers 

rose-pink. Dry, open pastureland on the western flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
April 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4090. Erigeron alpinus, Linn. Tufted plant of 4 to 7 inches. Kay 

florets pale blue, disc florets orange. Open, mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat, 
25°40 / N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4091. Picris divaricata, Vaniot, ex descript. Plant of 2 J to 9 inches. 

Flowers orange-yellow. Dry, open situations in the Yang-pi 
valley. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 it. April 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 

4092. Bryophyllum calycinum, Salisb. Plant of 1 to i\ ft. Flowers 

yellow or reddish-yellow. Dry, open, rocky situations in 
the Mekong valley. Lat. 25 15' X. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. 
April 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4093. Rhododendron Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 15 ft. 

Flowers bright crimson. Dry, open situations in pine forests 
on the eastern slopes of the Salwen valley. Lat. 25 10' N. 
Alt. 6000 to 8000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4094. Prunus yunnanensis, Franch., var. Henryi, C. K. Schneider. 

Tree of 20 to 30 ft. Flowers white. Open situations on the 
banks of the Yang-pi river. Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 5000 to 
6000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4095. Corylopsis yunnanensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 10 

ft. Flowers light orange yellow. Dry, open situations on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range, west of Talifu. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4096. Primula denticulata, Sm. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers lilac-blue, eye yellow, fragrant. Mountain pasture - 
land in the Yang-pi valley, on the western flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 20' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 it. April 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4097. Primula Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

tube yellowish at base, limb deep rose-purple. Moist, open 
mountain meadows on the summit of the eastern flank ol the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4098-4099. 

4100. Primula serratifolia, Franch. nee ex Pax Monogr. P. biserrafa. 

G. Forrest. Mekong-Salwin divide to the Nf.W. of T "kou 
mission. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 10,000 to n.ooo ft. June- 
July 1904. S.E. Tibet. 



208 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4101. Primula Listen, King. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

white, eye greenish-yellow, fragrant. Dry, rocky pastureland 
in the Yang-pi valley, western slopes of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4102. Primula denticulata, Sm. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

lavender blue, fragrant. Open, rocky, moist pastureland east 
end of the Yung-Chang valley on the pass leading into the 
Mekong valley- Lat. 25 12' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. April 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4103. Lysimachia Candida, Lindl. sub-sp. micro phylla, Franch. 

Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers white. Marshy situations 
on the bunds of padi fields in the Yung Chang valley. Lat. 
25 6' N. Alt. 5500 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4104. Lysimachia Candida, Lindl., sub-sp. microphylla, Franch. 

Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers white, anthers violet. Marshy, 
open situations by sides of streams in the Yang-pi valley. 
Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 5000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4105. Michelia Wilsonii, Finet et Gagnep. Tree of 20 to 50 ft. 

Flowers creamy yellow. Open, dry situations in the Shweli 
Ho valley, north of Lung-Ling. Lat. 40' N. Alt. 6000 
ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4106. Illicium yunnanense, Franch. Aromatic shrub of 12 to 24 ft. 

Flowers pale creamy yellow. Shady, most gullies on the 
road between Teng Yueh and Talifu near Huang-lien-pu. 
Lat. 25 25' N. Alt. 7000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4107. Sarcococca Hookeriana, Baill. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green. Dry, shady situations amongst pine scrub 
on the Talifu-Teng-Yueh route near Huang-lien-pu. Lat. 
25 25' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4108-4119. 

4120. Lysimachia Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

pinkish- white, anthers violet. Dry, open situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4121-4129. 

4130. Rhododendron haematodes, Franch., var.calycinum, Franch. 

Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers rose. Rocky, open situations 
on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan. China. • 

4131- Rhododendron Balfourianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Compact 

shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers pale rose with crimson markings, 
corolla thick and fleshy Open mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tab Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12.000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 









Numerical Catalogue 209 

4132. Rhododendron oleifolium, Franch. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 2 

ft. Flowers white or pale rose. Dry, open pastureland on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range/ Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4133- Rhododendron oleifolium, Franch. Loosely-branched shrub 

of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers pale rose. Open mountain pasturelancl 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4134. Rhododendron racemosum, Franch. Compact shrub of 

1 to 3 ft. Flowers rose. Dry, mountain pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 
to 9000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4135. Rhododendron aureum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

bright yellow. Moist, shady ledges of cliffs in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
- Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 

4136. Rhododendron taliense, Franch. Loosely-branched shrub of 

4 to 5 ft. Flowers pinkish-white, with crimson markings. 
Dry, rocky situations on mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4137. Rhododendron Thomsoni, Hook, f., var. cyanocarpum, 

Franch. Shrub of 8 to 12 ft. Flowers pinkish-white. Open, 
moist situations on mountain meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 
ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[Delavay, Nos. 3947, 4166, in Herb. Paris ; Tsang chan, in 
fruit. This species is easily recognised in the series of species 
with glabrous obtuse foliage by its conspicuous irregular 
calyx.] 

4138. Rhododendron dichroanthum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

2 to 4 ft. Flowers yellowish-rose, corolla fleshy. Moist, 
rocky, shady situations in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4139. Rhododendron crassum, Franch. Shrub of 15 to 20 ft. 

Flowers rosy white. Shady, moist situations in forests on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4140. Rhododendron neriiflorum, Franch. Loosely - branched 

shrub of 4 to 5 ft. Flowers deep crimson, corolla fleshy. 
Shady, rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10.000 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4141. Rhododendron bullatum, Franch. Loosely-branched shrub 

of 4 to 8 ft. Corolla thick and fleshy, exterior pinkish, 
interior pure waxy-white, with a blotch of canary- yellow at 
base, deliciously fragrant. Ledges and crevices of cliffs in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. May-June 1906. \Y. 
Yunnan, China. 



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210 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4142. Rhododendron dichroanthum, Diels. Sp, nov. Compact 

shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers orange. Dry, open, rocky 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 
40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

Rhododendron sulphureum, Franch. Loosely - branched 

shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers bright yellow. Moist, shady 
ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4144. Rhododendron neriiflorum, Franch. Loosely - branched 

shrub of 4 to 5 ft. Flowers deep crimson, corolla fleshy. 
Shady, rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4145. Rhododendron trichocladum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Foliage deciduous ; flowers pale yellow. Open, rocky 
situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4146. Rhododendron irroratum, Franch. Shrub of 8 to 12 ft. 

Flowers white with a few crimson markings. Open, rocky 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4147. Rhododendron neriiflorum, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. 

Flowers crimson, corolla fleshy. Open situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4148- Rhododendron Souliei, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Open, rocky situations on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4149. Rhododendron fastigiatum, Franch. Compact shrub of 2 to 4 

ft. Flowers lavender-rose. Open ledges of cliffs in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N- 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4150- Rhododendron Souliei, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers rose-pink. Dry, rocky situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4151- Rhododendron campylogynum, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers deep purple, corolla fleshy with a glaucous bloom on 
the exterior. Open situations amongst cane scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 






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Numerical Catalogue 21 t 

4152. Rhododendron campylogynum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. 

Flowers paie rose-purple ; corolla fleshy, with a glaucous bloom 
on the exterior. Moist, open situations amongst scrub on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4153. Rhododendron brachyanthum, Franch. Erect shrub of 2 to 5 

ft. Flowers deep yellowish-green, anthers brownish-red, 
fleshy, glaucous on exterior. Oprn, rocky situations amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4154. Rhododendron Souliei, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

bright lavender-rose. Open mountain meadows on the 
margins of pine forests and cane brakes on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4155. Rhododendron cephalanthum, Franch., var. platyphyllum, 

Franch. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers pure white, foliage 
strongly aromatic. Dry, exposed ledges of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4156. Rhododendron rubiginosum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. 

Flowers pale rose. Open mountain pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 10,000 
to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4157. Rhododendron dichroanthum, Diels. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers pinkish-orange. Dry, open situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4158. Rhododendron dichroanthum, Diels. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. 

Flowers bright orange. Open, rocky situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. it, 000 
to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4159. Rhododendron ciliicalyx, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. 

Flowers white, exterior tinged rose, fragrant. Dry, rocky 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. I t. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4160. Rhododendron taliense, Franch. Shrub of 15 to 25 ft. 

Flowers yellow. In and on the margins of pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 12.000 
ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4161. Rhododendron haematodes, Franch., var. calycinum, 

Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers deep crimson, corolla 
fleshy. Moist, rocky situations on mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11.000 
to 12,000 ft. August-September 1906. W, Yunnan. I hma. 



212 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4162. Rhododendron brevistylum, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers rose-purple. Open situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N, Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4163. Rhododendron chartophyllum, Franch. Erect shrub of 

4 to 9 ft. Foliage deciduous. Flowers from pure white to 
blue-lavender, with a few deep green markings. Dry or 
moist situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,500 
ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4164. Rhododendron neriiflorum, Franch. Low-branched shrub 

of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers from deep rose to crimson, corolla 
fleshy. Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4165. Rhododendron dichroanthum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

3 to 5 ft. Flowers creamy rose, corolla fleshy. Open, 
shady situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4166. Rhododendron Balfourianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

4 to 9 ft. Flowers pale rose, with crimson markings. Rocky 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4167. Rhododendron taliense, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers pale creamy yellow. Moist, rocky situations in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4168. Rhododendron decorum, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 10 ft. 

Flowers white or pale rose, fragrant ; corolla thick and 
fleshy. Dry, open situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N, Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This specimen represents the typical form as described by 
Franchet from Szechuan (Mupin, Mai 1869 leg. David).] 

4169- Rhododendron oleifolium, Franch. Dwarf shrub of 1 ft. 

Flowers very pale rose. Dry, open pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

417°- Rhododendron oleifolium^ Franch. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 2* 

ft. Flowers pale rose. Open, mountain pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4171- Clethra Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft Flowers 

creamy yellow. Open situations amongst scrub in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 2<J° 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 213 

4172. Rhododendron microphyton, Franch. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 3 

ft. Flowers rose, with crimson markings. Open mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt 8000 to 10,000 ft. May-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China, 

4173. Rhododendron indicum, Sweet. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

rose. Cultivated by the Chinese of the Tali valley as an 
ornamental plant. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4173A. Rhododendron indicum, Sweet. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white. Cultivated by the Chinese of the Tali valley as an 
ornamental plant. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
June-August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4174. Vaccinium Delavayi, Franch. Compact shrub of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers greenish-white. Dry ledges of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4175. Gaultheria Forrestii, Diels. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers, 

pedicels and peduncles pure waxy-white, fragrant. Moist, 
open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4176. Pyrola decorata, H. Andres. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers greenish-white ; veined green. Open, dry situations 
amongst pine scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4177. Pyrola Forrestiana, H. Andres. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 10 

inches. Flowers greenish-white, tinged rose on exterior, and 
veined green. Moist, shady, grassy situations in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4178. Vaccinium Donianum, Wight. Shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers 

white. Moist, rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
n 3 ooo ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4179. Vaccinium Donianum, Wight, var. brachybotrys, Franch. 

Loosely-branched shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers greenish-white. 
Open situations on the margins of cane brakes on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
u ? ooo ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4180. Pieris ovalifolia, D. Don. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers white. 

Open mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4181. Pieris ovalifolia, D. Don. Erect shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

white, fragrant. Open situations in and on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



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214 Plaxtae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4182. Vaccinium Donianum, Wight. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

white, striped pink. Open situations in and on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to n,ooo ft. September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4183. Gaultheria Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Low-branched shrub 

of 2 to 5 ft. Peduncles, pedicels and flowers of a pure waxy- 
white, fragrant. Moist, open situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

2 5° 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000. ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4184. Pieris villosa, Hook. f. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers white. 

Open situations in and on the margins of pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4185. Vaccinium fragile, Franch.. yar. Loosely- branched shrub of 

2 to 5 ft. Flowers pale rose. Dry, open situations amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4186. Vaccinium fragile, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers pale 

rose, striped deep rose. Dry situations amongst scrub on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 






4187. Gaultheria Griffithiana, Wight. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

dark green, fragrant. Open, moist situations in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt.. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. 
• Yunnan, China. 

418S. Gaultheria trichophylla, Royle. Shrub of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white. Humus-covered ledges of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 

11,000 to 12,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan", 
China. 

4189. Agapetes yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 18 inches. 

Flowers orange-red. Dry ledges of cliffs and on humus- 
covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan. China. 

- 

419°- Gaultheria trichophylla, Royle. Shrub of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white(?) Fruit bright indigo blue, edible. Moist, 



open, rocky situations on slopes of the eastern flank of the 
. Tali Range. . Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. August-Sep- 
tember 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

41 9 1 - Pieris ovalifolia, D. Don. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Corolla 

white, sepals and pedicels greenish- brown. Open, scrubby 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40' N. Alt 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 215 

4192. Myrsine africana, Linn. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

brownish-green, anthers violet. Moist, scrubby situation, 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. n ; ooo to 11,500 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4193. Myrsine africana, Linn. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers brownish 

green. Open situations amongst scrub in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4I94- Myrica sp. Shrub of 4 to 8. ft. Flowers yellowish-red. 

Moist, open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4195. Veronica Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Procumbent plant of 

6 to 15 inches, flowers reddish. Dry, open situations amongst 
rocks on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4196. Impatiens Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

dirty yellow, shaded and marked brown. Grassy, scrubby 
situations western slopes of the Tsan Shan Range, near head 
of Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1905. W. Yunnan. 

4197. Ranunculus pensylvanicus, Linn. Moist situations, margins 

of opium fields, etc., in the Hong Ai and other valleys. Lat. 

25 20' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. January 1905. S.W. 
Yunnan. 

4198. Saxifraga micrantha, Edgew., var. minor, Engl, et Irmscher. 

Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Petals white, anthers red, filaments 
petaloid. Dry, open, rocky situations on mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4199. Saxifraga cortusaefolia, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 9 to 14 

inches. Flowers white, anthers brick red. Moist, shady, 

rocky situations in pine and mixed forests on the eastern 

flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4200. Saxifraga tsangchanensis, Franch. Tufted plant of ih to 2 

inches. Petals orange, anthers yellow. Open, dry situations 
on ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4201. Saxifraga brachypoda, Don. Tufted plant of 1 to 3 inches. 

Flowers yellow, anthers deep red. Dry, shady situations 
on ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4202. Saxifraga Brunoniana, Wall., var. majuscula, Engl, et 

Irmscher. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers bright yellow, 
anthers red. On boulders in dry, shady situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



2l6 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 



4203. Saxifraga micrantha, Edgew., f. foliosa, Engl, et Irmscher. 

Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers white, anthers red. Moist, 
shady ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. W, Yunnan, China. 

4204. Saxifraga micrantha, Edgew. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers brick-red. Grassy openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. n 3 ooo to 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China, 



4205. Bergenia purpurascens (Hook. f. et Thorns.) Engl., var. 



Delavayi (Franch.), Engl, et Irmscher. Plant of 4 to 12 
inches. Flowers deep rose-purple. Moist, rocky situations 
on mountain meadows on and near the summit of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
12,000 to 13,000 ft. September-October 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4206. Saxifraga turfosa, Engl, et Irmscher. Plant of 12 to 18 

inches. Flowers orange, anthers same. Boggy, mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. October 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4207. Saxifraga diversifolia, Wall., f. angustibracteata, Engl. 

et Irmscher. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers orange, 
anthers same shade. Moist, shady situations in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4208. Saxifraga hispidula, D. Don., var. Doniana, Engl. Tufted 

plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers orange, anthers same shade. 
Ledges and crevices of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

4209. Saxifraga filicaulis, Wall. Tufted plant of 3 to 10 inches. 

Flowers orange, anthers same. Dry, exposed, rocky situations 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 13,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4210. Saxifraga gemmipara, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, base of petals yellowish. Open, dry, rocky 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40" N. Alt. 9000 to n 5 ooo ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 

4211. Saxifraga tsangchanensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers orange, anthers same. Exposed grassy slopes on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. September-October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4212-4219. 

4220. Dalbergia raimosoides, Franch. Shrub or tree of 20 to 35 

ft. Flowers yellowish-white. Dry, open situations in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 



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Numerical Catalogue 217 

4221. Crotalaria albida, Heyne. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

bright yellow. Dry, open pastureland along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4222. Astragalus sinicus, Linn. Procumbent plant of 6 to 24 

inches. Flowers pale purplish-blue or white. Moist situa- 
tions by streams and on the bunds of padi fields in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June- July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4223. Crotalaria capitata, Benth. Plant of 10 to 12 inches. 

Flowers dark rose-purple. Barren, rocky pastureland on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4224. Crotalaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. 

Flowers light yellow, veined purple. Dry, stony meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4225. Apios carnea (Wall.), Benth. Scandent plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers pale purplish-rose with darker markings. On scrub 
in rocky situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4226. Desmodium rhabdocladum, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Dry, open situations on scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W; Yunnan, China. 

4227. Sophora japonica, Linn. Shrub or tree of 20 to 40 ft. 

Flowers creamy yellow. Open, moist situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4228. Bauhinia densiflora, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white. Open situations at the base of the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4229. Bauhinia densiflora, Franch. Procumbent shrub of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers white. Dry, rocky situations, and on ledges 
of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4230. Bauhinia densiflora, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

white. Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4231. Vicia amoena, Fisch. Scandent plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

bright bluish-purple. Scrubby situations along the base 
of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China, 



2i8 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianak 



4232. Vigna vexillata (Linn.), Benth. Semi-scandent plant of 

1 to 4 ft. Flowers pale purplish-rose. Open situations among 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4233. Sophora flavescens, Ait. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellowish. Open, moist, grassy situations by the sides of 
streams in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4234. Indigofera chaetodonta, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 18 inches. 

Flowers rose. Dry, stony situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4235. Indigofera Gerardiana, Wall. Shrub of 3 to 4 ft. Flowers 

greyish-rose. Open situations amongst scrub in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4236. Desmodium Griffithianum, Benth. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers deep purplish-rose. Dry, grassy situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4237. Lespedeza polyantha (Franch. pro. var.) Schindler in Fedde, 

Repert. ix. (1911), p. 520. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 
purple and white. Shady openings in scrub in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

a 

4238. Millettia cinerea, Benth. Shrub of 6 to 18 ft. Flowers 

deep rose. Shady situations on the margins of pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4239. Albizzia Julibrissin, Dur., var. mollis, Benth. Tree of 20 

to 40 ft. Flowers pale yellowish-rose, fragrant. Open 
situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4240. Medicago lupulina, Linn. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

bright yellow. Open pastureland at the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 9000 
ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4241. Lespedeza Balfouriana (Diels Mss.) Schindler in Fedde, Repert. 

ix. (1911), p. 522. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers pale canary- 
yellow. Moist, open and shady situations amongst scrub 
and on the margins; of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4242. Lespedeza sericea, Miq. Shrub of 1 to 3 it. Flowers yellow, 

veined purple. Dry, open, stony pastureland along the base 
of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 it. . May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 2h» 

4243. Desmodium floribundum, Don, aff. Shrub of 1 to 2$ ft. 

Flowers purplish-rose and white. Dry, stony situations in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4244. Lespedeza poiyantha (Franch. pro var.), Schindler. Shrub 

of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers deep purplish-rose. Dry, stony 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4245. Lespedeza hirtella, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flower- 

deep purplish-rose. Open, grassy situations on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4246. Desmodium floribundum, Don, aff. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Amongst scrub in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4247. Desmodium floribundum, Don, aff. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers rose and white. Dry situations amongst dwarf 
scrub and grass on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4248. Lespedeza poiyantha (Franch.), Schindler. Shrub of 3 to 6 

ft. Flowers yellowish- white or pale rose. Open situations 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4240. Shuteria anomala, Pampimnl—Atnphicarpaea Ldgeworthii, 

Benth. var. nifescens, Franch. Scandent plant of i to 3 ft. 
Flowers purple and white. On grass and scrub in open 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4250. Erythrina arborescens, Roxb. Shrub or tree of 15 to 40 ft. 

Flowers red. Open, moist and dry situations in the lali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4251. Indigofera pendula, Franch., var. Shrub ol 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Dry, open situations amongst scrub along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 4 M . 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

aw Vicia uniiuea. A. Br. Plant ol 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bluish 
4 5 " purpl J Amongst grass in open situations on the eastern 

flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' ». Alt. 7000 to 9000 

ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

aw Vicia unijuga, A. Br. Plant of 12 to 18 incht Flow** 

4 5 " purpHnd white. Grassy situation, on the margins of pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 25 40 N • 

Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. ,S£-3I unnan, China. 



220 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



4254. Desmodium parvifolium, DC. Procumbent shrub of 6 

to 10 inches. Flowers purple rose. Dry, open, rocky 
situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4255. Desmodium parvifolium, DC. Dwarf shrub of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers purple. Open, stony pastureland on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 
ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4256. Pueraria Thunbergiana, Benth. Semi-scandent plant of 

6 to 12 ft. Flowers deep purple. Amongst scrub on the 
borders of cultivation, and by roadsides in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 7500 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4257. Phaseolus multiflorus, Willd. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

rose. Borders of cultivation in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 6700 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4258. Indigofera pendula, Franch., var. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers pale greyish-rose. Amongst scrub on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4259. Pueraria peduncularis, Grah. Scandent plant of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers purplish-rose and white. Open situations on scrub 

at the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40" N. Alt. 6700 to 7500 ft. June 1906. W, Yunnan, 
China. 



4260. Lotus corniculatus, Linn. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

bright yellow. Open, moist, grassy situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May- August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4261. Lathyrus palustris, Linn. Scandent plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers rose-purple. Open, grassy situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 
ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4262. Phaseolus radiatus, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

pale yellow. On the borders of cultivation in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4263. Glycine hispida (Moench.), Maxim. Plant of i to 2 ft. 

Flowers rose-purple. On the borders of cultivation in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4264. Polygala arillata, Ham. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers dull 

yellow. Dry, open situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 221 

4265. Tetrastigma obtectum, PL, var. Scandent plant of 2 to 5 

ft. Flowers green. On trees, rocks, and cliffs in shady 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4266. Tetrastigma serrulatum, PI. Scandent plant of 3 to 6 ft. 

Flowers dull green. On grass and scrub in open situations 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4267. Tetrastigma yunnanense, Gagnep., var. triphyllum, Gagnep. 

Scandent shrub of 3 to 9 ft. Flowers yellowish-green. On 
scrub in dry, open situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4268. Vitis Thunbergii, Sieb. et Zucc, var. adstricta, Hance. 

Scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers green. On scrub and 
trees in dry, open situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4269. Vitis pentagona, Diels et Gilg. Scandent shrub of 6 to 12 

ft. Flowers green. On scrub in dry, shady side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4270. Impatiens Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellow, blotched and veined rich purple maroon. Moist, 
stony, shady situations by sides of streams and the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4271. Impatiens cyclosepala, Hook. f. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

yellowish, faintly marked light purple. Moist, open situations 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4272. Impatiens stenantha, Hook. f. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

pale yellow, with a few pale purple markings. Moist, shady 
situations on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4273. Impatiens arguta, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 18 inches. 

Flowers yellowish, with a few purplish markings. Moist, 
rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4274. Impatiens desmantha, Hook. f. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 

ft. Flowers orange yellow. Moist, gravelly situations on 
the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 



222 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



4275. Impatiens Forrestii, Hook. f. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers rose-purple, with darker markings. Moist, open and 
shady situations on humus-covered boulders in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4276. Impatiens Balsamina, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

bright rose. Moist, open situations by the sides of streams 
around the city of Tali. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4277. Impatiens radiata, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers purple and white. Open, moist situations on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. 
VV. Yunnan, China. 

4278. Impatiens arguta, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of i| to 2 ft. 

Flowers rose-purple and white. Open, moist situations by 
the sides of streams in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. # Alt. 
6700 to 7500 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4279. Geranium nepalense, Sw. Plant of 6 to 24 inches. Flowers 

pale rose. Dry, open situations amongst grass along the base 
of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4280. Geranium nepalense, Sw. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pale rose. Open, stony situations around the city of Tali. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4281. Geranium Vlassovianum, Fisch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

rose-purple. Dry, shady situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

t 

4282. Geranium Forrestii, Knuth. Sp. nov. Plant of i to 2 ft. 

Flowers deep rose-purple. Shady openings in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4283. Geranium platypetalum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. 

Flowers black-purple. Shady, dry situations in mixed and 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4284. Oxalis corniculata, Linn. Semi-procumbent plant of 3 to 9 

inches. Flowers pale yellow. Dry, open situations on humus- 
covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40/ N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4285. Oxalis corniculata, Linn. Tufted plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Dry, open pastureland along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 















Numerical Catalogue 223 

4286. v Oxalis Griffithii, Edgew. et Hook. f. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white, veined rose-purple. Dry, shady situations in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lai. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4287. Oxalis leucolepis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers white, veined deep purple. Open, moist situations 
on humus-covered boulders in a side valley on the eastern 
flank of the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt; 9000 to 10,000 
ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4288. Hibiscus syriacus, Linn. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

bright rose-purple. Open situations around the city of Tali. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4289. Lagerstroemia indica, Linn. Shrub ot 8 to 20 ft. Flowers 

bright purplish - rose. Open situations around Talifu. 
Probably an escape, as it is extensively cultivated by the 
Chinese as an ornamental plant. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
June-October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4290. Tripterygium Forrestii, Loes. Sp. nov. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers greenish-brown. Open, scrubby situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4291. Malva verticillata, Linn. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pale rose-purple. Dry, stony, open situations along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4292. Malva sylvestris, Linn. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers bright 

rose-lilac. Open, dry situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range to the west of Talifu. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4293. Sida rhombifolia, Linn. Shrub of 1 to 4 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Open, moist, stony stiuations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat.25°4o'N. Alt. 6700 to 9000 ft. 
June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4294. Urena lobata, Linn. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers lilac-rose 

Drv, open situations along the base of the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40.' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4295. Hibiscus Manihot, Linn. Plant of 3 to 5 ft- Flowers bright 

canary-yellow. Dry, open situations amongst scrub at the 
base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat 



25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. J 

Yunnan, China. 



W 



4296. Hypericum elodeoides, Choisy. Plant of 12 to 18 inches 

J Flowers bright yellow. Dry pastureland along the ba . ol 

the eastern flank of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 



7000 to 8000 ft. J 



22 4 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4297- Hypericum elodeoides, Choisy. Plant of 12 to 20 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow. Open situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan 
China. ' 

4298. Hypericum elodeoides, Choisy. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Open situations at the base of cliffs in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4299- Hypericum japonicum, Thunb. Plant of 3 to 8 inches 

Flowers yellow. Open, marshy situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4300. Hypericum Hookerianum, W. et A. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft 

Flowers golden yellow. Dry, open situations amongst scrub 

fu -SVv? mar S lns of P in e forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 11,000 ft. 
June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

430i. Sagina Linnaei, Presl., var. maxima (A. Gray), Maxim. 

riant ot 1 to 4 inches. Flowers white. Dry, barren 
situations along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali 

™"F - wH*/ 25 K N - Alt 7ooo to 8000 ft. April-May 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. y y 

4302. Arenaria orbiculata, Royle. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

wmte. On cliffs and humus-covered boulders in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China 

4303. Stellaria Davidi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers 

wit ai ll S 7 101 ?' , Dam P' shad y situations in pine 
Alt ton ^ T e T a ± r, ?. flan T k ° f th o e Tali Ran S e - Lat - 2 5 40' N. 



Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. J 
China. 



W 



4304- Silene sp a ff rubicunda, Franch. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

eastern fl* I "¥'«. Dl ? P asturela *d along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tab Ranee Lat 2s ao' N Alt 

6 7 oo to 8ooo ft. July-August x |o6. W. Y^nZ, Cuina 

43 ° 5 ' Ce S Um n V r UlgatUm ' L i nn -. "ant of 6 to i 2 inches. Flowers 

flank ot SftSf RLge^'LaT 2 Wn Mt °i ^ ?*"" 

n t <■ vir ?, ■ uat - 2 5 4° N. Alt. 6700 to qooo 



ft. June iqo6. W 



43 ° 6 " St wh1re a y r" nane t nsis > Fran <*. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

steams t thT Tl raSS n m b °f gy situa *°ns by the sides of 



melanantha 



FW?; nnr^fi anantha '/ ra l . nch - Plant of » to 12 inches, 
side vailed ;r e *? d W . hite ' Dr * ston y situations in 
2P Jo' T AH ! 6aSt f n flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
Yunnan, Ckint 1 '- 7 °°° * 9 °°° fc *— M* ***- W. 












Numerical Catalogue 22^ 

43° 8 - Silene asclepiadea, Franch. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

rose. Dry, shady situations in and on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4309- Silene platyphylla, Franch., forma. Plant of i to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale rose. Grassy situations amongst rocks at the 
base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25° 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

43^0- Silene napuligera, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers rose. 

Dry situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. May- 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

43". Silene scopulorum, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

rose-purple. In the clefts of cliffs and on humus-covered 
boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4312. Cucubalus baccifer, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers white. 

Open situations amongst scrub along the base of the eastern 
[ flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 

[ ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

43I3- Stellaria aquatica (Linn.), Scop. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers white. Grassy situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 
to 8000 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4314. Stellaria aquatica (Linn.), Scop. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers white. Dry, stony situations on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

43 I 5- Stellaria saxatilis, Ham. Plant of 6 to 24 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, shady situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4316. Silene viscidula, Franch. Plant of I to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

rose. Open, grassy situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4317- Stellaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

white. Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 4°' N - Alt - 7° 00 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4318. Viola palustris, Linn., var. moupinensis, Franch. Plant of 

3 to 7 inches. Flowers white, veined deep blue, fragrant. 
Open pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W f 



Yunnan, China, 



x 5 



226 Plantae Chixenses Forrestianae 

4319. Viola Patrinii, DC. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers blue. 

Open and shady, dry and moist situations in the Tali valley 
and on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 to 9000 ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4320. Viola distans, Wall. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers rose- 

purple, faintly fragrant. Open, grassy situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25-40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

I 

4321. Viola Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 4 to 10 inches. Flowers 

golden yellow. Dry situations in open pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 11,000 ft. July-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4322. Viola distans, Wall. Semi-procumbent plant of 4 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pale blue or white. Dry, open, grassy situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906, W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4323. Viola distans, Wall. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers white, 

with purple veinings. Open situations on humus-covered 
boulders in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4324. Viola distans, Wall. Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Flowers pale 

blue, with purple veinings. Grassy openings in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4325. Viola palustris, Linn., var. moupinensis, Franch. Plant of 

2 to 6 inches. Flowers white, with purple veinings, fragrant. 
Open situations in cane brakes on the margin of the snows on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 
10,000 to 12,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4326. Polygala japonica, Houtt. Half-shrubby plant of 3 to 6 

inches. Flowers blue and white. Open mountain pasture- 
land on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4327- Cardamine repens, Franch. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. May-June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4328. Draba amplexicaulis, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow. Dry., open situations on the ledges 
and in the clefts of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 



June- July 1906. W 



4329. Erysimum 



cheiranthoides, Linn. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 
Flowers pale yellow. Open, stony situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 












Numerical Catalogue 227 

4330. Arabis alpina, Linn., var. parviflora, Franch. Plant of 

6 to 14 inches. Flowers white. On rocks and humus- 
covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

433 1 - Cardamine hirsuta, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white. Open, grassy situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. April- 
May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4332. Arabis alpina, Linn., var. parviflora, Franch. Plant of 6 to 18 

inches. Flowers white. Dry, rocky situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4333- Thlaspi arvense, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white. 

Dry, stony situations on the borders of cultivation in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4334- Cardamine yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Shady situations amongst grass on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4335- Cardamine granulifera (Franch.), Diels. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers white or pale rose. Dry, shady, rocky 
situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4335 A - Cardamine granulifera (Franch.), Diels. 

4336. Braya rosea, Bunge. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers pale 

purplish -rose. Ledges and crevices of cliffs and on humus- 
covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4336A. Braya rubicunda, Franch. 

4337. Eutrema yunnanense, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Damp, shady situations in pine and mixed forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' X. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4338. Cardamine macrophylla, Willd. Plant of 1 J to 2} ft. Flowers 

purplish-rose. Moist, rocky mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 40 N- Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4339- Nasturtium globosum, Turcz. Plant of 16 inches Flower* 

white. Stony ground in the Tali valley Lat. 25 40 N, 
Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China, 



228 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



4340. Cardamine Grififithii, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers white and rose-lilac. Open, moist situations by 
the sides of streams in the Tali valley and on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
8000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4341. Nasturtium palustre, D.C. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

yellow. Marshy situations by the sides of streams in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' X. Alt. 6700 ft. April-September 



1906. W 



4342. Meg; 



Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 



rich purplish-rose, fragrant. On moist ledges and at the 
base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4343- Cardamine Grififithii, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers white and rose-purple. Moist, rocky situations 
by the sides of streams on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June-July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4344- Berberis yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

golden yellow, fragrant. Open situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4345- Mahoniajaponica (Thunb.) DC. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Open situations amongst scrub in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4346. Thea japonica (Linn.), Nois. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

rose-red. Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 



9000 ft. May 1906. W 

Anemone 



Plant 



of 2 to 5 ft. Perianth interior white, exterior purplish, 
btony situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4348. Anemone riyularis, Ham. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Perianth 

interior white, exterior tinged light blue. Dry, open situa- 
tions on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4349 ' An w?£ ne n ClaV ? yi J Franch - Plant of 6 t0 ™ ^ches. Flowers 

white. Dry, shady situations on the margins of pine forests 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 25° 40' N. 
China 9000 I0 '° 00 fL J une "J ul y %o6. W. Yunnan, 

435 °" Cal ^J al n StriS ' J*™" Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

thi ™J r J " u FI S1 *™ tionS by the sides of streams on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 

China I2 '° 00 • Ma y- Se P te ^ber 1906. W Yunnan, 





















Numerical Catalogue ±2$ 

4351. Aquilegia vulgaris, Linn. Plant of 18 to 24 inches. Flowers 

deep purple. Shady, rocky situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4352. Paeonia lutea, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Rocky situations amongst dwarf scrub on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4353- Clematis fasciculiflora, Franch. Scandent shrub of 4 to 10 ft. 

On scrub in open situations along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4354- Clematis montana, Ham.J Scandent shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Perianth interior creamy white, exterior purplish-red. On 
scrub in and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
July-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4355- Clematis grata, Wall. Scandent shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 

Flowers yellow, fragrant. On scrub in open situations in 
the Tali valley and along the base of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4356. Clematis Gouriana, Roxb. Scandent shrub of 10 to 20 ft. 

Flowers yellow, faintly fragrant. Open situations, on scrub 
and trees, in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4357- Clematis yunnanensis, Franch. Scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers cream-coloured, pinkish on exterior. On scrub in 
thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4358- Clematis montana, Ham. Scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers creamy white. On scrub in dry, rocky situations 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4359- Clematis montana, Ham. Scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers creamy white. On scrub in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 ft. August 1906. W Yunnan, China. 

4360. Holboellia angustifolia, Walt. Scandent shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Flowers yellow, fragrant. On scrub in shady situations 
by the sides of streams on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4361. Anemone japonica, Sieb. et Zucc, var. genuina, ulbrich. 

Plant of 1 1 to 2 it. Perianth interior parphsh-rose, 
exterior silvery. Dry, rocky pastureland at the base of 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
6700 to 8000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 



&30 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4362. Thalictrum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 8 it. Flowers 

bright purplish-blue. Open, stony situations amongst scrub 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4363. Thalictrum cultratum, Wall. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, open situations on ledges of cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4364. Thalictrum cultratum, Wall. Plant of 2 ft. Flowers pale 

, purplish-blue. Open situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4365- Thalictrum Delavayi, Franch. Plant of z\ to 2 ft. Flowers 

pale purplish-blue. Open situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4366. Anemone demissa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

powers white, exterior purplish-blue. Moist, rocky situa- 
tions inside valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat 25 40 Is. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. 
W . Yunnan, China. J y 

4367. Anemone demissa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. 

Flowers deep purplish - blue. Boggy, rocky mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

Yunnan, China "^ t0 I2 '°°° *" Al * USt ^ W ' 

4368. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

thp P h a i U % S PCn ' m ° 1St situations by sides of streams at 
W N AH hC eaStem flank of the Tali R^ge. L*t. 25 
China.' 7 ° 00 ° 80 °° ft Tune ^ W. Yunnan, 

4369. Acomtum jucundum, Diels. Sp. „ov. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

eastern fl a T;TC% ,°fi en m °™tain meadows on the 

to 11^00 ft A ?'' 5 an ? e ' Lat - 2 5° 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

437 °' ^plant™ ,W&\ Finet et Ga ?™P- Semi - seandent 

cane scrub It, ^"l U % ht Muist purple. Amongst 
cane scrub on he eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

I906 40 W^Yn^an^'clina.' I2 '°°° *" August-September 

4371 - ^^ ggff ^^ Seandent p.an, of 3. to 9 ft 

* 4 '?"ri~" t^Tali-Rang'" E 
Yunnan, China I0, °° t0 I2 ' 00 ° "• August 1906. W. 



o 



I 

Numerical Catalogue 231 

4372. Aconitum Bulleyanum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 ft. 

Flowers deep purple. Open situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4373. Ranunculus sceleratus, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Common in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. April-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4374- Ranunculus pensylvanicus, Linn. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Abundant in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. "6700 to 8000 ft. April-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4375. Ranunculus diffusus, DC. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Dry, stony situations along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 
8000 ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4376. Ranunculus diffusus, DC, f. mollis, Wall. Plant of 6 to « 

12 inches. Flowers yellow. Open, grassy situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4377. Ranunculus affinis, R. Br., var. ternata, Franch. Plant 

of 1 to 6 inches. Flowers yellow. Stony situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4378. Ranunculus affinis, R. Br., var. flabellata, Franch. Plant 

of 4 to 12 inches. Flowers yellow. Grassy openings amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4379. Corydalis homopetala, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 

12 inches. Flowers yellow, with darker markings, fragrant. 
Open, grassy situations on the margins of cane brakes on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Ait. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4380. Corydalis ophiocarpa, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Open, grassy situations in thickets 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40" N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4381. Corydalis yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Amongst scrub in openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4382. Corydalis heterocentra, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 10 to 

16 inches. Flowers purplish-rose, with white markings. 
Dry, stony situations at the base of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



2^2 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4383. Corydalis oxypetala, Franch. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. 

Flowers blue and white. Open, grassy slopes on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
12,000 ft. June-July 1900. W. Yunnan, China. 

4384. Corydalis oxypetala, Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers purplish-rose and white. Amongst grass and scrub 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4385. Didissandra amabilis, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers orange yellow, spotted orange brown. On trees 

and humus-covered boulders in shady situations inside 

valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 

Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4386. Roettlera yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 10 to 14 inches. 

Flowers purple, striped a deeper shade. Humus-covered 
rocks and ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4387. Roettlera yunnanensis, Franch., f. cleistogama. Plant of 

3 to 6 inches. Flowers greenish-purple. On moss-covered 
boulders and cliffs in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[The calyx is purple, the corolla very small, enclosed, 
greenish or whitish. The stamens seem to be normal. This 
is a smaller plant than No. 4386, the leaves somewhat thicker 
and smaller. It is apparently a very reduced form of 
K. yunnanensis.] 

4388. Begonia Harrowiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. 

blowers rose. Moist, shady situations by the side of streams 
in the Tah valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. Tune- 



July 1906. W 



4389- Begonia Harrowiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

™ZZ S £ f T ?ti 5 ock y sit uations in side valleys on the 

to 8nnnl n \° f ^ ^ ^"^ Lat ' 2 5° 4<>' N. Alt. 7 000 

to 8000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4390. Begonia 1 Harrowiana Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Lstlrnfl a nl e ; f ^t 5 !- S tUati0ns in mixed forests on the 
©52%^55; China. 250 4 °' N ' A1 " 900 ° * 

439I> Ci GrSv^nenf tMa ' ^ , Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers yellow. 

ShRanfe Y*? P ™ ^ ° n ^e eastern flank of the 

4392 " PU scarfet Gr Con; 1 m ^ **£ u Shmb of 6 to 15 it Flowers 

vaflev iTTo ° A n , th 4 bor ? ers of cultivatfon in the Tali 

Sfee^ 5 # 4Ltc&£ t0 800 ° ^ J^ 



Numerical Catalogue 233 

4393. Drosera peltata, Sm. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers white. 

Moist, stony situations along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 9000 ft. 
June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4394. Osbeckia capitata, Benth. Plant of 4 to 10 inches. Flowers 

purplish - rose. Open situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4395- Osbeckia crinita, Benth., var. yunnanensis, Cogn. Half- 
shrubby plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright purplish-rose. 
Dry, stony pastureland along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4396. Pouzolziahirta(Bh), Hassk. Plant of 12 to 20 inches. Flowers 

greenish -purple. Open, grassy situations in thickets on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4397- Pouzolzia hirta (BL), Hassk. Plant of 14 to 16 inches. Flowers 

yellowish. Open situations by sides of streams on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4398. Rubus stimulans, Focke. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers white. Amongst scrub in thickets on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4399- Rubus paniculatus, Sm. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Rocky situations in thickets on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4400. Rubus polytrichus, Franch. Prostrate shrub of i to 3 ft. 

Flowers pure white. Shady situations in rhododendron 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August-October 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4401. Rubus pungens, Cambess. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

white. Open, rocky situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4402. Rubus subornatus, Focke. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Rocky situations on the margins 
of cane brakes on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4403. Rubus loropetalus, Franch. Plant of 2 to 6 inches, stolon- 

iferous. Flowers white. Shady pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt 10,000 to 
12,000 ft. July-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



234 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4404. Rubus pungens, Cambess. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers white. 

Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4405. Rubus micranthus, Don, and Rubus foliolosus, Don. Mixti. 

Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers rose-pink. Open situations in 
cane brakes in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4406. Astilbe rubra, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

purplish. Dry, shady situations on the margins of thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4407. Astilbe rivularis, Ham. Plant of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Shady openings in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

440S. Potentilla Kleiniana, W. et A. Plant of 12 inches. Flowers 

pale yellow. Dry, stony pastureland on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4409. Potentilla coriandrifolia, Don, var. dumosa, Franch. Tufted 

plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers golden yellow. On ledges 
of cliffs and humus-covered boulders in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 
to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4410. Potentilla supina, Linn. Plant of 9 inches. Flowers greenish 

yellow. Dry pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. April-May 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

44"- Potentilla peduncularis, Don(?) Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers golden yellow. Dry mountain pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4412. Potentilla fruticosa, Linn. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers golden 

yellow. Rocky situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to n,ooO ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4413- Potentilla fulgens, Wall. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

golden yellow. Stony mountain meadows on the eastern 
iiank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4414- Potentilla leuconota, Don. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

y f lu W " -r i ra ^ sy Sltuatl0n s in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 






Numerical Catalogue 235 

4415. Potentilla Leschenaultiana, Ser. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers yellowish-white. Open grassland on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4416. Potentilla Leschenaultiana, Ser. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers creamy white. Stony ground on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 fi 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4417. Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Lindl. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. 

Flowers white. Dry, rocky situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4418. Fragaria nilgeerensis, Schlt. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers 

white. Stony pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25' 49 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4419. Fragaria indica, Andr. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Moist, shady situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4420. Potentilla Leschenaultiana, Ser., var. concolor, Franch. 

Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers creamy white. Mountain 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25°4o'N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W.Yunnan, 

China. 

4421. Kerria japonica, DC. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers orange 

yellow. In thickets around villages along the base 01 tne 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 7000 
to 9000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4422. Symplocos Delavayi, Brand. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Open situations on the margins oMhickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4? «• 

*,. ^ r. t t..i„ -r^A W Yunnan. China. 






Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June- J 



4423. Geum strictum, Ait. Plant of 2 to 4 ft F1 ™ e £j£ d ™ 

yellow. Open! moist situations by the sides of streams on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4° «• Alt * 

^ -r £ \\t Vnnr^n (,nma. 






8000 to 10,000 ft. J 






4424. Geum strictum, Ait. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. J*™ ers 

yellow. Shady situations in side valleys on the ea tern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N; Alt. 7000 to 9000 it. 



May-August 1906. W 



officinale 



Plant of 1 to 3 



! 



<fm;>. rotenum omcinaie Linn.;, dcuu». « » 7 - eastern 

ft. Flowers crimson. Grassy situations on the easte 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 
ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4426. Agrimonia pilosa, Ledeb. Plant of 12 ^jSj^SS 

yellow. Grassy situations on the margins of thK*ets ^ 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 .4 
7000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



236 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4427. Cotoneaster verruculosa, Diels. Sp. nov. Prostrate shrub of 

2 to 4 ft. Flowers white. On rocks and humus-covered 
boulders in dry situations, side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4428. Cotoneaster Francheti, Bois. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

pinkish. Open situations amongst scrub in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4429. Symplocos crataegoides, Don. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

bright greenish-yellow. Open situations amongst scrub on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4430. Crataegus Henryi, Dunn. Shrub of 10 to 20 ft. Specimens 

in seed. On the margins of thickets on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4431. Crataegus crenulata, Roxb. Shrub of 3 to 8 ft. Flowers 

white. Open, dry and moist situations in the Tali valley 
and on the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4432. Crataegus Henryi, Dunn. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

white. Open situations on the margins of thickets on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 



8000 to 9000 ft. May-July 1906. W 



44 



3. Spiraea canescens, Don. var. glaucophylla, Franch. Shrub 

of 4 to 10 ft. Flowers yellowish- white. Dry situations on 
the margins of thickets, and in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 
ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4434- Spiraea vestita, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers creamy 

yellow. Open, dry situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4435- Spiraea canescens, Don, var. sulphurea, Batal. Shrub of 

4 to 8 ft. Flowers yellowish. Open situations in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4436. Spiraea japonica, Linn. f. Undershrub of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow. In and on the margins of thickets on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range . Lat . 2 5 40' N . Alt . 1 1 ,000 
ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This species is very polymorphous in the southern parts of 
Chma. Forrest collected two forms in the Tali Range both 
with the flowers pale creamy yellow, not pink like those ol 
the Japanese type.] 



Numerical Catalogue 237 

4437. Spiraea japonica, Linn. f. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

pale yellow. Amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This form has smaller flowers, only half the size of those of 
No. 4436.] 

4438. Pyrus (Sorbus) microphylla (Wall.), Dene. Shrub of 10 to 20 

ft. Flowers pale rose-red. Shady openings in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. 
Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4439- Pyrus (Sorbus) Wilsoniana, C. K. Schneider. Shrub or tree 

of 20 to 30 ft. Flowers creamy yellow. Shady and open 
situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10.000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4440. Pyrus (Sorbus) Wallichii, Hook. f. Shrub of 8 to 12 ft. 

Flowers rose-red. Amongst scrub in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4441. Pyrus (Sorbus) Vilmorini, C. K. Schneider. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. On ledges of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 



ft. June-July 1906. W 



444 



>sa macrophylla, Lindl., f. gracilis, Focke. Shrub of 3 to 5 

ft. Flowers crimson. Open, stony situations m the Tali 
valley, and on the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4443- Rosa Banksiae, R. Br. and Rosa irridens, Focke. Mixtae. 

Shrub of 5 to 10 ft. Flowers white, fragrant. Open situa- 
tions in thickets along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4444- Rosa damascena, Mill. f. brachyacantha, Focke. Shrub of 

4 to 8 ft. Flowers white. Open situations around the city 
of Tali. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4445- Rosa macrophylla, Lindl.(?) Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Open, stony ground in the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft May-June 1906. W. Yunnan. 



China. 






4446. Rosa gigantea, Collett. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft Flowers rose 

fragrant. Open, moist situations amongst .scrub n the 
Tall valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-June 190b. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4447- Rosa macrophylla, Lindl Shrab of^ 3 *> *£jjf& 

pale rose, fragrant. Shady stations by streams 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June jury 19 
W. Yunnan, China, 



238 Plantae Chinenses Forrestiaxae 

4448. Rosa sericea, Lindl. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers white. 

Amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4449. Rosa damascena, Mill., and R. centifolia, Linn. Mixtae. 

Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. Flowers lilac-rose. Shady situations 
amongst scrub around the city of Tali. Lat. 25 40" N, 
Alt. 6700 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4450. Rosa Forrestii, Focke. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers pale 

rose or white. Dry, stony situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 
to 8000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

445i- Rosa sericea, Lindl. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers white, 

strongly fragrant. Stony, open situations amongst scrub 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 

Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4452. Rosa gigantea, Collett. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers rose- 
pink, fragrant. Moist, open situations amongst dwarf scrub 
in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4453- Rosa macrophylla, Lindl., f. gracilis, Focke. Shrub of 6 to 8 

ft. Flowers pink. Amongst scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4454- Rosa Soulieana, Crep. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers white. 

Moist situations by the sides of streams in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4455- Thladianthaheptadactyla,Cogn.(?) Scandent plant of 6 to 10 

ft b lowers orange yellow. On scrub in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 6700 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 

4456. Cucumis sativus, Linn. Scandent plant of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

golden-yellow. On scrub in open, dry situations along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
China May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 

4457- Epilobium angustifolium, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

rose-purple Open situations, moist or dry, along the base 
A It %% st fn flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
China June-August 1906. W.Yunnan, 

4458. Epilobium sp Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers pale rose. 

n£ T a ma p y Sltua T tlons b y breams on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan. China ' V 



Numerical Catalogue 239 

4459. Epilobium sikkimense, Hausskn. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rose-red. Moist mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
11,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4460. Epilobium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. 

Flowers deep rose-purple. Stony, boggy situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 



mm 






hirsutum, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rose- 
'purple. Open, moist situations by the sides of streams and 
ditches in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4462. Rotala rotundifolia (Ham.), Koehne. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rose-purple. Boggy, grassy situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. Alt. 
6700 to 8000 ft. June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4463. Epilobium himalayense, Hausskn. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers rose-purple. Moist, grassy situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4464. Epilobium laetum, Wall. Plant of 1 to 2 ft Flowers white. 

Open, stony ground in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40 JN - 
Alt. 6700 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4465- Cotoneaster horizontalis, Decne. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

pinkish. Open, rocky situations inside valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4466. Bothriospermum tenellum, Fisch. et Mey. . ^ ° f 3 *? h J 

inches. Flowers pale blue. Dry, stony situations on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 40 ■ N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4467. Bothriospermum tenellum, Fisch. et Mey Plant ofiotow 

1 inches. Flowers blue. Dry, stony pastureland along the 

I base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 25 40 « - 

Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4468. Trigonotis microcarpa, Benth Plant of 6 to 12 fa** 

Flowers blue. Open, moist situations in the I all va 1 y 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. April-May 1900 






4469. Trigonotis microcarpa, Benth. «^^ 4 ^ 

Flowers blue. Stony ground amongst scrub on 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 f> ^ • AU ' 
April-May 1906.' W. Yunnan, China. 

. ™- «. Plant of 12 to 20 inches. 

4470. Tretocarya sikkimensis Oliver ] Plant oi q{ ^ 

Flowers blue. Open, dry situations along ; u N> m 

eastern flank of the Tali Range, tat. o 4 
7000 to 8000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 






240 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4471. Cynoglossum micranthum, Desf. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

blue. Open, dry or moist situations in the Tali valley. 
Lat 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

* 

4472. Onosma paniculatum, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers deep rose-purple. Open, stony pastureland along 
the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4473. Bothriospermum chinense, Bunge. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers blue. Stony ground amongst dwarf scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4474. Paracaryum brevitubum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 

to 18 inches. Flowers blue. Open situations on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4475- Cynoglossum amabile, Stapf et Drumm. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers blue. Open, stony situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4476. Cynoglossum(?) Dunnianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 

14 inches. Flowers blue and pink. Dry, open, stony 
pastureland along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. April-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4477- Thunbergia fragrans, Roxb. Scandent plant of 3 to 9 ft. 

Flowers pure white. On scrub in open situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June-July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4478. Ipomoea purpurea, Lam. Scandent plant of 3 to 10 ft. 

Flowers bright purplish-rose. Open situations on scruh 
in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4479- Solanum nigrum, Linn. Half-shrubby plant of 2 to 6 feet. 

Flowers white. Open, stony situations amongst scrub in 
the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

44 8 °- Solanum khasianum, Clarke. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white. Open, scrubby situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
6700 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. ' W. Yunnan, China. 

4481. Capsicum annuum, Linn. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. Flowers 

yellow. On the borders of cultivation in the Tali valley. 



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4482. Datura Stramonium, Linn. Plant of 1 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white. A weed of cultivation, and used medicinally by the 
Chinese of Western Yunnan. Common in waste ground in 
the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4483. Solanum Melongena, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers deep 

purple. Stony ground on the borders of cultivation in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft, May^ 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4484. Calystegia hederacea, Wall. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pink and white. Open, stony situations in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft, June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4485. Pedicularis axillaris, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rose. Moist pastureland on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May- 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4486. Pedicularis microchila, Franch. Plant of 5 to 7 inches. 

Flowers pale rose. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China, 

4487. Pedicularis comptoniaefolia, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers purplish -rose. Dry, stony situations amongst scrub 
at the base of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N, Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4488. Pedicularis Stadlmanniana, Bonati. Sp. nov. Plant of 

2 to 8 inches. Flowers pale rose. Grassy openings in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N . 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



4489. Pedicularis 



Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 8 



inches. Flowers greenish-white. Open, stony pastureland 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4490. Pedicularis deltoidea, Franch. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

rose. Moist pastureland along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat.. 25° 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

449i- Pedicularis debilis, Franch. et P. lineata, Franch. Mixtae. 

Plant of 2 to ^ inches. Flowers rose. Boggy pastureland 



Plant of 2 to 3 inches, 
by the sides of streams on the eastern tta 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. J 
Yunnan, China. 



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4492. Pedicularis porrecta, Wall. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

rose. Grassy situations on the margins of mixed forests on 

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8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

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242 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4493. Pedicularis polyphylla, Franch. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. 

Flowers rose. Dry, rocky pastureland on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W, Yunnan, China. 

4494. Pedicularis lutescens, Franch. Plant of 5 to 8 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Open, mountain pastureland on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4495. Pedicularis tenuisecta, Franch. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers rose. Amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40/ N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4496. Pedicularis gracilis, Wall. Plant of i| to 2 J- ft. Flowers 

rose. Amongst rhododendron scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4497. Pedicularis tantalorhyncha, Bonati. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers rose. Shady situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 
ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

449 8 - Pedicularis Viali, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers rose. 

Shady situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4499« Pedicularis yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers rose. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

45oo. Pedicularis taliensis, Bonati. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to I0 

inches. Flowers pale rose. Grassy situations on the 



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45oi- Pedicularis tsangchanensis, Franch. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers rose. Ledges of cliffs and on humus-covered boulders 
in jiide^ valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat- 

?? 4 ° N ~, . Alt 9°oo t0 II '°oo ft. June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4502. Pedicularis rex, Clarke. Plant of 1 to i\ ft. Flowers 

y ?S W V P P ^ n situati °ns in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the rah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft 
June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4503. Pedicularis densispica, Franch. Plant of o to 16 inches. 

Flowers rose Dry pastureland along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9 000 
ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 



Numerical Catalogue 243 

4504. Pedicularis Margaritae, Bonati. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to i£ 

ft. Flowers rose. Open, grassy situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4505. Pterygiella Duclouxii, Bonati. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers dull yellow. Stony ground on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W, Yunnan, China. 

4506. Melampyrum chinense, Dahl. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Dry situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4507. Mazus Delavayi, Bonati. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers 

purplish-blue and white. Open, boggy situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4508. Veronica laxa, Benth. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers 

blue. Grassy situations on the margins of pine forests on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4509. Veronica capitata, Benth. Plant of 1 to 3 inches. Flowers 

blue. Open, stony meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

45io. Veronica laxa, Benth. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. Flowers 

blue. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4511. Veronica Anagallis, Linn. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

pale blue. Boggy situations by streams in the Tali valley, 
and in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4512. Veronica javanica, Bl. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers 

blue. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4513- Veronica serpyllifolia, Linn. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers blue. Boggy situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 
25° 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

45i4- Phtheirospermum tenuisectum, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 

6 to 18 inches. Flowers yellow. Stony meadows and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the lali Kange. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4515. Ilysanthes hyssopoides, Benth. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers blue and white. Bogs and by streams on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



244 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4516. Lindernia pyxidaria, All. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

pale blue. Boggy situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

45 I 7- Vandellia nummularifolia, D. Don. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers purple and white. Moist pastureland along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7600 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

45 x 8. Triosteum hirsutum, Wall. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

interior deep livid purple, exterior green. Grassy openings 

in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4519- Siphonostegia chinensis, Benth. Plant of i to i| ft. 

Flowers yellow. Dry, grassy situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4520. Boschniakia himalaica, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 9 to 12 

inches. Flowers dull yellowish- white. Parasitical on the roots 
of many species of rhododendrons on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 12,000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4521. Strobilanthes sp. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers greenish- 

yellow. Grassy openings in thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4522. Calamintha chinensis, Benth. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers pale rose-purple. Grassy situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4523. Stachys Sieboldii, Miq. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers white, 

heavily veined purple. Amongst scrub on the eastern flank 
of the Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4524. Ajuga remota, Benth. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

blue. Dry stony pasture in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4525. Ajuga decumbens, Thunb. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. Flowers 

white calyx blue Stony ground in the Tali valley, and 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40 N Alt. 6700 to 9000 ft. May-Tune 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. j j y 

4526. Prunella vulgaris, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

purple. On barren pasture along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 
9000 ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 245 

4527. Calamintha discolor, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. 

Flowers pale rose, spotted and veined a deeper shade. 
Grassy openings in and on the margins of pine forests in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4528. Calamintha umbrosa, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Open, grassy situations in the Tali valley, and 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4529. Calamintha nepalensis, Fisch. et Mey. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers rose. Dry, stony situations along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4530. Lophanthus rugosus, Fisch. et Mey. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers pale rose. Open, moist situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

[ = Elsholtzia monostachys, Lev. et Vaniot, in Fedde Repert. 
viii., p. 424 (1910).] 

453 1 - Mentha arvensis, Linn. Plant of 1 to ij ft. Flowers pale 

rose. Streams, ditches, and bogs in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



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vulgare, Linn. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 
pale rose. Open pasture and in thickets on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 
9000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4533- Colquhounia vestita, Wall., var. mollis, Prain. Shrub of 

2 to 6 ft. Flowers bright rose. Dry, stony situations in 
the Tali valley and along the base of the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Abundant on the walls of the city of Tali. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[A narrow-leaved form of the variety.] 

4534. Leonurus sibiricus, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2J ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Open, stony situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4535- Justicia khasiana, Clarke. Semi - shrubby plant of 6 to 

18 inches. Flowers white or pale purple. Dry, stony 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4536. Dracocephalum urticifolium, Miq. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers yellowish with purple veining and markings, upen 
situations on the margins of thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 it. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



246 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4536A. Impatiens arguta, Hook, f . et Thorns. Mixed with 4536. 

4537. Leucas ciliata, Benth., var. Half-shrubby plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers dark yellowish green. Dry, stony pasture on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 
to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4538. Calamintha Cavaleriei, Leveille. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

pale rose-purple. Open, stony situations amongst scrub 
along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4539- Stachys cordifolia, Prain. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Flowers 

bright rose, veined a deeper shade. On dry ledges of cliffs 
and amongst rocks in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4540- Lamium amplexicaule, Linn. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. 

Flowers rose. A weed of cultivation in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

454i- Scutellaria amoena, Wright. Half-shrubby plant of 6 to 

9 inches. Flowers purplish-blue, veined a deeper shade. 
Dry, rocky pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4542. Salvia plebeja, R. Br. Half-shrubby plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers purplish-blue. Dry, stony situations on the margins 
oi thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

Yunn° Ch 7 °°° t0 9 °°° ft ' J ul y~ Au g ust I 9° 6 ' W * 

4543- Salvia miltiorrhiza, Bge. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

forf«+l PUrp + L Sh " blue ' Ston y P astur e on the margins of pine 
Z% ° n AH he 6astern flank of *e Tali Range Lat. 25° 
YunL, Chiia 9000 t0 I0 '°° * J™ e " A ^ ^ W. 

4544. Salvia japonica Thunb., var. parvifoliola, Hemsl. Plant 

the m ar ,i ' f 1 ^ 1 ' 5 Purplish-blue. Grassy situations on 

Ran^ g ffi ° f J hlC h ts on the eastern flank of the Tali 
-Kange. Lat. 25 ao' N. ai+ „~™ j._ o_„ ** t 'T«ltf 



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Numerical* Catalogue 247 

4547. Salvia flava, G. Forrest. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow. Dry, shady pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4548. Salvia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 \ ft. Flowers 

bright orange. Shady situations in mixed and pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4549. Strobilanthes cyphantha, Diels, Sp. nov. Half-shrubby 

plant of 1 1 to 2 ft. Flowers blue. Grassy situations amongst 

scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 

N.^ Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

455°- Strobilanthes xanthantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 

12 inches. Flowers yellow. Dry ledges of cliffs in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40^ N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

455 1 - Strobilanthes Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Half-shrubby plant 

of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers purplish-blue. Mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4552. Strobilanthes Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Var. ? Plant of 

1 to 3 ft. Flowers purplish-blue. Mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
11,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4553- Strobilanthes Forrestii, Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers pale purple blue. Open, dry situations in pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4554- Plectranthus Bulleyanus, Diels. Sp. nov. Dwarf shrub of 

2 to 4 ft. Flowers deep blue, pinkish at base of corolla. 
Dry situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4555- Plectranthus phyllopodus, Diels. Sp.nov. Plant of 1 to i£ ft. 

Flowers pale blue. Open pasture on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4556. Plectranthus phyllopodus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 12 to 16 

inches. Flowers blue. Margins of pine forests _ and on 
mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4557- Plectranthus adenanthus, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

.inches. Flowers blue. Grassy situations in and on the 



margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August ~ 

W. Yunnan. China 



248 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4558. Phlomis Franchetiana, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers dull livid crimson. Among scrub in and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4558A. Phlomis Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers dull livid crimson. Amongst scrub in and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to ii 3 ooo ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4559- Polygonum subscaposum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 

9 inches. Flowers bright pink. Moist, rocky mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4560. Polygonum plebejum, R. Br. Prostrate plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pinkish- white. On ledges of cliffs and humus- 
covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4561. Polygonum sp. aff. paniculatum, Bl. Half-shrubby plant of 

2 to 6 ft. Flowers pinkish. Amongst scrub on the margins 
of thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4562. 

45^3- Polygonum chinense, Linn., forma. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers pale pink. Amongst grass and scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4564. Polygonum campanulatum, Hook, f., var. Plant of 1 to %\ ft. 

Flowers bright pink. Open situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 4o'N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W.Yunnan, 

4565. Polygonum amplexicaule, Don. Plant of 1 to 2| ft. Flowers 

bright rose, anthers violet. Forming clumps on mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4° 
W. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4566. Polygonum campanulatum, Hook, f ., var. Plant of 4 to 6 ft. 

blowers pinkish white. Moist, shady situations amongst 
scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

w V 5 4 ° ?/. Alt " 8oo ° to 10,000 ft. June-July 1900. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4567. Polygonum paniculatum, Bl. Clambering, half - shrubby 

plant of 5 to 8 ft. Flowers yellowish- white. Amongst 
scrub on the margins of thickets on the eastern flank of the 

A„L^ ge k L ^* £ 5 ° 4°' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan. r.hi«o 



Numerical Catalogue 249 

4568. Polygonum delicatulum, Meissn. Plant of 1 to 4 inches. 

Flowers pinkish white. Stony pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4569. Polygonum radicans, Hemsl. Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Flowers 

pale rose. On moist, moss-covered ledges of cliffs and 
boulders in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. Aug. 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4570. Polygonum leptopodum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers white. Open, stony pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 
to 8000 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4571. Polygonum suffultum, Maxim. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white. Mossy, shady situations in mixed forests 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4572. Polygonum Emodi, Meissn. Prostrate, creeping plant of 1 to 

3 ft. Flowers deep crimson. Hanging from the ledges and 
crevices of dry cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4573- Polygonum sphaerostachyum, Meissn. var. Plant of 2 to 4 

inches. Flowers bright pink. Stony, mountain pasture 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4574- Polygonum sp. Incomplete. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

purplish-pink. Moist meadows in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 6700 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4575- Polygonum gracilipes, Hemsl. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony ground along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This has much shorter racemes than the type, the peduncle 
being only 3-6 cm., the raceme 1.5 cm. long. But as the 
specimen is in a young state, and agrees in other respects 
very well with Hemsley's species, I do not hesitate to place it 
with it. P. gracilipes has been known from Hupeh and 
Szechuan.] 

4576. Polygonum jucundum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i to 2 ft. 

Flowers pale purplish-pink. Open situations, amongst 
grass along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. Tune-July 1006. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4577- Polygonum runcinatum, Ham. Plant of 1 to 2J ft. Flowers 

purple-rose. Dry, stony ground on the eastern flank of the 
lah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. June- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



250 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4578. Polygonum alatum, Ham. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers 

purple-rose. Moist grassland by the sides of streams in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40" N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4579. Polygonum orientale, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

pale pink. Moist situations by the sides of streams on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N.. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



white. 



Wallichii, Meissn, Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 
irshv meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 



Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4581. Polygonum amplexicaule, Don. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

deep rose. Moist, open situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4582. Polygonum lapathifolium, Linn. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers pale rose. Stony mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 
ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4583- Polygonum aviculare, Linn. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

pale pink. Moist, stony ground along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 
ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4584- Polygonum lapathifolium, Linn. Plant of 1 to i£ ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Moist, open situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 

25° 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May-September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4585- Polygonum suffultum, Maxim. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pinkish-white. Shady, grassy situations on the 
rnargms^of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4586. Fagopyrum esculentum, Moench. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 



Fi °l v^ te * Cultiva ted as a food by the hill tribes of 
W. and N.W Yunnan. Stony, dry ground on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
9000 ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4587. Rumex hastatus, Don. Woody plant of 1 to 2.\ ft. Flowers 

green, fruit red. Dry, stony situations, crevices of rocks, 
etc., on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Abundant on 
the walls of the city of Tali. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
8000 ft. April-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4588. Oxyria sinensis Hemsl. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. Flowers 

green. Fruit light shining brown. Dry, stony pasture 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4°' N ' 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 



Numerical Catalogue 251 

leum Emodi, Wall. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers light green. 
Shady ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



>lygonum Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant, of 4 to 8 inches. 
Flowers creamy white. Moist ledges and in crevices of 
cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



4591. Plantago major, Linn. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

greenish-white. Open, stony pasture along the base of the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
6700 to 8000 ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



4592. Aristolochia setchuenensis, Franch., var. Scandent plant 

of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers livid crimson. On scrub in open 
situations on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. VV. 
Yunnan, China. 



4593- Aristolochia moupinensis, Franch. Half-shrubby scandent 

plant of 1 to 5 ft. Flowers livid crimson, yellowish at base. 
Amongst rocks and scrub in openings in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to n.ooo ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4594- Daphne odora, Thunb. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers rose 

pink, fleshy, fragrant. Shady situations in mixed forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4595- Euphorbia Jolkini, Boiss. Plant of 12 to 18 inthe-. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Drv mountain pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[= Hancock, No. 30, from Mong-tse.] 
4596. Euphorbia bupleuroides, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 8 

inches. Flowers greenish-yellow. Dry, stony ground on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4597- Euphorbia Jolkini, Boiss. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Open situations m side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4° N- Alt. 
. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[A somewhat abnormal form ; the principal stem being 



prung 



I 



up ^hich bear much smaller inflorescences than usual in the 



species 



252 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4598. Mercurialis leiocarpa, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers green. Moist, shady situations in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This species is not known from the Himalaya, but was 
recently found in Northern Siam by Dr, Hosseus.] 

4599* Castanea vulgaris, Lam. Tree of 30 to 60 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Open situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
6700 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4600. Salix cathayana, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

green. Moist, rocky situations by streams in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4601. Salix longiflora, Anders. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

greenish- yellow. Side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4602. Salix resecta, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Moist situations on the margins of thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4603. Salix microphyta, Franch. Dwarf shrub of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Stony, moist mountain meadows and on 
humus-covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4604. Stachyurus? Specimen in bud only. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers green. Openings in thickets and in pine forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4605. Myrica Nagi, Thunb. Shrub of 6 to 20 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Open, moist situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4606. Abies Delavayi, Franch. Shrub or tree of 10 to 40 ft. 

Open situations at the base of cliffs in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4607. Thuja orientalis, Linn. Shrub of 6 to 20 ft. Cultivated 

by the Chinese as a temple plant, and apparently wild in 
places along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4608. Helwingia rusciflora, Willd. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

green. Dry, open situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 253 

4609. Helwingia chinensis, Batal. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 



green 



eastern 



the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10.000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4610. Helwingia chinensis, Batal. Shrub of 6 to 9 ft. Flowers 

green. Openings in pine and mixed forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

461 1. Carum schizopetalum, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers white. Stony meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4612. Pleurospermum Govanianum, Wall, var. bicolor, Franch. 

Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers dark green. Stony meadows 
and on ledges of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4613. Carum schizopetalum, Franch. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers deep purplish-crimson. Rocky situations and on 
ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4614. Trachydium purpurascens, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers white or slightly tinged purple, anthers deep purple. 
On ledges of cliffs and humus-covered boulders on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4615. Pimpinella sp. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers greenish- white. 

Moist, shady situations by the sides of streams in thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4616. Heracleum candicans, Wall. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. In and on the margins of thickets on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4617. Pimpinella coriacea, Franch. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony meadows along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 
8000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Sanicula 



Plant of 1 to if ft. Flowers 



white. Shady thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1908. W. Yunnan, China. 

eurospermum decurrens, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. Stony ^7 /^ lon f ' n 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Rage. Lat 
2 5 °40'N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W.Yunnan, 

China. 



254 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4620. Carum cruciatum, Franch. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. Flowers 

white. Moist, grassy situations by the sides of streams 
in the Tali valley, and along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4621. Pleurospermum Davidi, Franch. Plant of i to i| ft. 

Flowers pink, anthers violet. Open, mountain meadows 
and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China, 

4622. Bupleurum petiolulatum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. 

Flowers green. Open situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4623. Carum molle, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

white. In shady thickets in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 7000 to 
9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4624. Carum yunnanense, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Flowers 

white. In pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4625. Apium graveolens, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

white. Moist situations by streams in side valleys along 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4626. Torilis Anthriscus, Bernh. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

white or pale purple. Stony meadows along the base of 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
6700 to 8000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4627. Ligusticum tenuifolium (Wall.), Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 & 

Flowers white. Moist, open situations in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the; Tali TJanoA 



8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W 



Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 



4628. Pleurospermum Davidi, Franch. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. Open, mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4629. Daucus Carota, Linn. Plant of i| to 3 ft. Flowers greenish- 

white. Grassy openings in thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4630. Peucedanum sp. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers white. 

Amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. v 



Numerical Catalogue 255 

4631. Coriandrum sativum, Linn. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

white. Open situations amongst scrub* by the sides of 
streams along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4632. Ligusticum involucratum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. Dry, open situations on 
ledges, and at the base of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4633. Ligusticum involucratum, Franch. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers violet. In clefts of dry cliffs and 
on humus-covered boulders on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4634. Foeniculum vulgare, Gaertn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Open, moist situations on the borders of cultiva- 
tion in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4635. Rubia leiocaulis, Franch. Semi-scandent plant of 1 to 4 ft. 

Flowers green or reddish. Dry, open situations amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4636. Galium sp. (sterilis ?). Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Dry, shady situa- 

tions amongst dwarf scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 
ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4637. Galium triflorum, Michx. Plant of 6 to 9 inches Flowers 



white. 



eastern 



Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. W 



Yunnan, China. 



Sp. nov. Plant of 9 to 



4638. Galium nephrostigmaticum, Dieis. - . 

16 inches. Flowers greenish-yellow. Dry pastureland on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 
. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4639. Rubia membranacea (Franch.), Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 

1 to 3 it Flowers reddish-purple. Dry, stony situations 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 1 all 
Range. Lat. 25 V N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4640. Galium asperifolium, Wall. Plant of 2 to 4 f £, **°™ 

greenish-yellow. Rocky, scrubby situations m side valleys 
on the elstern flank of the Tali Range Lat 25 40 *. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, Chma. 

4641. Dipelta yunnanensis, Franch Shrub of 6 to 10 ft ^ Rowers 

yellowish, veined purple, base of ™ te ™\y£?W' "V™ 
situations amongst mixed scrub and in thickets on Uie 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40N Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906 W. Yunnan, China. 



256 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4642. Lonicera Henryi, Hemsl. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers rich 

reddish "orange. Amongst scrub on the margins of pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 

. . 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4643. Lonicera japonica, Thunb. Semi-scandent shrub of 4 to 10 

ft. Flowers white or yellow, fragrant. In thickets in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 



4644. Valeriana Wallichii, DC. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers pink. 

Moist, open situations by the sides of streams on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4645. Valeriana barbulata, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers pink. Boggy mountain pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4646. Triplostegia Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 



rose-purple and white. 



eastern 



flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[Triplostegia Aschersoniana (Engl, et Graebn.), Diels, is 
very near, but has much smaller flowers, with an extremely 
short tube. The inner calyx is inconspicuous. Southern 
Szechuan, von Rosthorn, No. 873.] 

4647- Nardostachys grandiflora, DC. Plant of i to i£ ft. Flowers 

purplish-rose, root strongly odorous. Dry, stony ground 
in open pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4648. Valeriana Hardwickii, Wall. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

pink or white. Open situations in scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4649- Patrinia scabiosaefolia, Fisch. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellow. On the margins of thickets in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4650. Valeriana Faberi, Graebner. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

pale rose. Moist, open situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Wallichii 



rose. 



na Walhchu, DC. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Flowers 
Open situations by streams in side vaUeys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 2s 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 



Numerical Catalogue 



257 



4652. Dipsacus inermis, Wall. Plant of ih to 2 ft. Flowers white, 

anthers violet. Dry, open situations on the margins of 
scrub and thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4653. 

4654. Ligustrum brachystachyum, Decne. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers white, fragrant. Dry, open situations in thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4 6 55- Syringa yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

pale purplish-rose. Shady, open situations on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4656. Ligustrum thibeticum, Decne. (?) Dwarf shrub of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers white. Amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4657. Jasminum primulinum, Hemsl. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 2$ ft. 

Flowers bright canary-yellow. Moist, open, rocky situa- 
tions by the sides of streams along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25. 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
9000 ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4658. Jasminum polyanthum, Franch. Weakly scandent shrub 

of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers, interior white, exterior rose, strongly 
fragrant. Amongst scrub in the Tali valley and along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat 25 40 W. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May- August 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4659- Jasminum humile, Linn. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft Flowers orange- 
yellow, fragrant. Open situations m mixed and pine lorests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4° w - 

... t a — „j. t^,%£ W Yunnan 



Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 



W 



China. 



trigyna 



-mwcuuu* tiiKvii«, Planch. Dwarf shrub of 2 to 5 ft. 
Flowers bright yellow. Moist, open situations alongtte base 
of the eastern flank of the Tali Range, ^t 2 : ^. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 



China. 



4661. Tylophora yunnanensis, Schltr. Sp.nov Plant ot 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers purplish-green. Amongst scrub and grass on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 4oN- Alt. 
o i. u T,^ _Tnh7 -mr>6. W. Yunnan, China. 



8000 to 9000 ft. June-J 



Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 



Cynanchum Forrestii, Schltr. _ .^.^^ in nine 

Flowers greenish-orange. Dry shady situations m pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Rang^ Lat 25 

40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 



China. 



17 



258 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4663. Veratrum stenophyllum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of i£ to 3 ft. 

Flowers green. Grassy, shady openings in and on the margins 
of pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4664. Daphne papyracea, Wall. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Amongst 

scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4665. Podocarpus macrophyllus, (Thunb.) Don. Shrub of 2 to 

5 ft. Flowers green. Shady situations amongst scrub on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4666. Buddleia Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers grey and maroon, fragrant. Amongst scrub on 
the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4667. Pilea peperomioides, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. 

Flowers green, minute, foliage succulent. Shady situations 
on humus- covered boulders on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4668. Hedera Helix, Linn. Shrub of 10 to 25 ft. Fruit red. In 

side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4669. Morus longistylus, Diels, vel. aff. Shrub of 8 to 20 ft. 

Flowers yellowish- green. Shady thickets in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4670. Urtica fissa, E. Pritzel. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers green. 

Dry, stony ground along the base of the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4671. Urtica Thunbergiana, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 2 to 5 ft 

Flowers green. Open, scrubby situations on the margins 
of thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4672. Morus longistylus, Diels. Shrub of 5 to 12 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green. Moist, open situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

*5 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 



4673 



ipatiens arguta, Hook, f . et Thorns. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. 
Flowers rose-purple. Shady, moist situations by streams 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range- 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. 



Yunnan 



Numerical Catalogue 259 

4674. Impatiens desmantha, Hook. f. Plant of 1 J to 2 ft. Flowers 

golden yellow. Moist, shady situations by streams in mixed 
and pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4675. Begonia yunnanensis, Leveille. Plant of 9 inches to 2} ft. 

Flowers pinlc Moist, shady situations on the margins of 
mixed and pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4676. Pedicularis veronicifolia, Franch. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. 

Flowers deep rose-crimson. Stony, mountain- pasture on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4677. Sedum Alfredi, Hance. (?) Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. On moss-covered rocks and trunks of 
trees in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4 6 78. Hedyotis stipulata, R. Br. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

white or purplish. Dry, shady situations in mixed forests 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4679- Catalpa Duclouxii, Dode. Tree of 40 to 80 ft. Flowers 

yellowish, orange at base, veined purple. In the Tali valley, 
and along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4680. Balanophora sp. aff. involucrata, Hook. f. Plant of i£ to 

4 inches. Inflorescence deep crimson. Parasitical on the 
roots of species of dwarf rhododendron on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4681. Bombax malabaricum, DC. Tree of 30 to 60 ft. Flowers 

scarlet. Dry, rocky situations in the Tali valley on the 
eastern side of Tali Lake. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
8000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4682. Hex dipyrena, Wall, vel aff. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Amongst 

scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 1 all range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4683. Jasminum grandiflorum, Linn. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers, 

exterior rose, interior white, fragrant. Open moist situa- 
tirvnc Ktt *:a~, n t c+i-^Tne in ttip. Tali valley. Lat. 25 4° 1N - 



streams 



Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-July 1906. W 



Plant 



Flowers 



icue caraioperaia, nauui. '™" -; - -. x i-i^wc 
bright carmine. Grassy situations on the margins o E thickets 



eastern 



cuuag tne Dase 01 me eastern nann. v * . — - ~ . w 

2 5 °4o'N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-August 1906. W 



Yunnan, China. 



2 6o Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4685. Strobilanthes flaccidifolius, Nees. Without flowers. Plant 

of 1 to 2 ft. Cultivated by the natives of the Tali valley 
for the production of indigo. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 
ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4686. Clematis pterantha, Dunn. Scandent shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers light purple. Open situations on and amongst 
scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4687. Smithia yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 1 to 3 *t Flowers 

yellow. Dry, open pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4688. Sedum Beauverdi, Hamet. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. On 

boulders and cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. July-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4689- Berberis centiflora, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 2 to 5 ft. 

Flowers yellow. Open situations in pine and rhododendron 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4690. Saxifrag-a sibirica, Linn. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers 

white. Moist, shady rocks in side' valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 



12,000 ft. June 1906. W 

Aconitum 



\ 



cuns in side valleys on the eastern flank of the lali Kange. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August-October 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4692. Ricinus communis, Linn. Shrub of 4 to 12 ft. Flowers 

yellowish. Open and shady situations by the sides of 
streams along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-August 19°°- 



4693- Elsholtzia flava, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers dull 

yellow. Amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4°94- Elsholtzia tristis, Leveille, vel aff . Aromatic shrub of 2 to 5 & 

Flowers white. Open, scrubby situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9° 00 
ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[E. polystachya, Benth., E. Souliei, Lev. and E. tristis, 
Lev., are very closely allied species, which want further 
observation in the field. 1 






Numerical Catalogue 261 

4695. Zehneria mysorensis, Arn. ? Scandent plant of 6 to 12 ft. 

Flowers yellow. On scrub and grass in open situations in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. August-October 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

469.6- Carum angelicaefolium, Franch. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

black crimson. Shady pine forests on the eastern flank 

; of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 

July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4697. Nelumbium speciosum, Willd. Aquatic plant of 3 to 4 ft. 

Flowers rose pink. Seeds eaten by the Chinese. Ponds and 
lakes in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4698. Luculia gratissima, Sweet. Shrub of 10 to 30 ft. Flowers 

rose pink, fragrant. Open situations in mixed thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July-September 1906. W Yunnan, 
China. 



Chrysosplenium 



Plant of 3 to 6 



inches. Flowers greenish- yellow. Moist, mountain meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4700- Cornus capitata, Wall. Shrub or tree of 10 to 40 ft. Flowers 

deep creamy yellow. Fruit edible. In mixed thickets and 
forests in dry situations on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8500 ft. July-August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4701. Illicium yunnanense, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Foliage 

aromatic. Flowers yellow. Shady situations amongst scrub 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W, Yunnan, China. 

4702. Hydrangea heteromalla, Don. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Open 

situations on the margins of thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4703. Myrsine sp. Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Flowers yellowish-green. 

Amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank ot the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4704. Ficus infectoria, Roxb. Tree of 30 to 60 ft. pP^^f 

along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. JLat. 
2 5 °4o'N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. July 1906. W.Yunnan, 



China. 



4705. Ficus heteromorpha, Hemsl. 

Onpn cfnnu ci+natirvn.Q alom 



Shrub or tree of 10 to 
+1,0 Kqcp nf the eastern 



of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
June-September iqo6. W. Yunnan, 



Alt 



262 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4706. Myrsine semiserrata, Wall. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green. Amongst scrub in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4707. Sabia yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

greenish-brown. Shady situations amongst scrub in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4708. Skimmia Laureola, Hook. f. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Dry, open 

situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

47°9- Rhus Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 15 to 20 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-brown. Amongst scrub and in thickets on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4710. Photinia integrifolia, Lindl. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

creamy-yellow. Dry, open situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

47 1 *- Euonymus acanthocarpa, Franch. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

Flowers creamy yellow. In thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4712. Lindera (?) sp. Incomplete. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Shady 

situations on the margins of thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4713- Cynanchum Bodinieri, Schltr. Sp. nov. Scandent shrub 

of 4 to 10 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. Open situations 
on scrub in the Tali valley, and along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 
8000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4714- Dioscorea Collettii, Hook. f. Scandent plant of 2 to 6 ft. 

flowers greenish -white. Dry, open situations on scrub 
in side vallevs on the Mct^™ flanL- «->* +>>,* Tali T?3n?e. Lat. 



25° 40' N. Alt. I 
W. Yunnan, China. 



J 



4715- Viburnum dilatatum, Thunb. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

y S? W V Amon g st scr ub in side valleys on the eastern flank 
ot the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 tt. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

47i6. Xanthophyllum oxyphyllum, Edgew. Shrub of 12 to 24 ft. 

Mowers yellowish -brown. Dry, rocky situations in thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4° ^ 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 



Numerical Catalogue 263 

4717. Euonymus theifolia, Wall, var. vel forma. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers pale yellow. -Amongst scrub in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

47 18 - Viburnum foetidum, Wall. Shrub of 1 to 4 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow, anthers violet. On the margins of scrub 
and thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

47 1 9- Trachelospermum jasminoides, (Lindl.) Lem. Shrub of 3 to 5 

ft. Flowers pale purplish -rose. Dry, open situations 
amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 4o / N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4720. Spiraea bella, Sims. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Amongst scrub on 

the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

47 21 - Sabia yunnanensis, Franch. Scandent shrub of 6 to 12 ft. 

On scrub and in thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4722. Saccolabium distichum, Lindl. Succulent plant of 3 to 4 

inches. Flowers greenish-white. Forming tufts on dry 
ledges of cliffs, moss-covered rocks and trees, in shady situa- 
tions in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906, 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4723. Rhamnus persica, Boiss. ex Franch. Shrub of 4 to 10 ft. 

Flowers brownish-green. Dry, open situations in side 
valleys on the eastermflank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4724. Eurya acuminata, DC. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Amongst scrub, 

in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. AJt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4725. Elatostemma diversifolium, (Wall.) Wedd. Plant of i* to 

3 inches. Flowers greenish-white. On moss-covered boulders 
and trees in mixed forests on the eastern flank of the lali 
Range. Lat.25°4o'N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4726. Sabia yunnanensis, Franch. Shrub of 3, to 9 ft - F1 °wers 

greenish-brown. Shady thickets in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 
ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, Chma. 

4727. Morus alba, Linn. Shrub of 10 to 25 feet O n the margins of 

thickets along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



264 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4728. Buddleia officinalis, Maxim. Shrub of i£ to 4 ft. Flowers 

purplish-grey, fragrant. Open situations on stony meadows 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This number and No. 5019 differs from Nos. 2 and 686 

in their somewhat glaucous leaves and greenish or greyish- 

1 purple flowers. The essential characters are the same as in 

B. officinalis, Maxim.] 

4729- Tiarella polyphylla, Don. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Flowers 

pale pinkish-yellow. Shady situations in mixed and pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August, 1906. W. 



Yunnan, China. 



h 



rose-pink. Dry, stony situations in the Tali valley. 
Abundant on the walls of the city of Tali. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

473i- Corylopsis yunnanensis, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers bright yellow. Moist situations in thickets on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4732. Morus alba, Linn. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Flowers yellowish- 
green. Amongst scrub and in thickets in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N - 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4733- Andrachne cordifolia, Muell. Arg. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. In thickets and on the margins 
of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tulv-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. J 

4734- Elatostema obtusum, Wedd. Plant of 4 to 9 inches. Flowers 

green ish-white. Shady, moist situations by streams on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4735- Myricaria germanica, Desv. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers pur- 

pusn-rose. Stony, moist situations by streams along the 
base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
China ft * J lll y- Se P te mber 1906. W. Yunnan, 

4736. Buddleia adenantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

powers greyish-purple, fragrant. Amongst scrub on the 



« -J ^U IN. AH. Q ( 

1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Amongst scrub on 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
1 to 11,000 ft. June-August 



M !^ J ^ Li .™: Ptat of a to 4 «. Flowers purplish- 



crimson . 



around 



Knf ™wk„ui • V 7 »wuy piaces arouna xne cuy ui *~;; 
but probably introduced. Lat. 25 40' N Alt. 6700 ft 
June-August 1006. W. Yunnan ?w£ 



Numerical Catalogue 265 

4738. Ceropegia dolichophylla, Schltr. Sp. nov. Scandent plant 

of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers deep purplish-maroon and green. Root 
fleshy and eaten by the hill tribes. On grass and dwarf scrub 
in dry, stony places on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan. China. 



4739. Gynostemma pedatum, Bl. Scandent plant of 2 to 6 ft. 

Flowers green. Amongst grass and scrub in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4740. Hydrangea aspera, Don. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers lavender- 

purple. Dry, open situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[With no barren flowers.] 

4741. Burmannia disticha, Linn. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. Flowers 

blue. Open, moist situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



mus 



Shrub of 4 to 9 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. Open situa- 
tions in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4743. Osmanthus fragrans, Lour. Shrub of 6 to 20 ft. Flowers 

orange-yellow, waxy, strongly fragrant. Grown as an 
ornamental shrub by the Chinese of the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June-October 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4744- Viburnum erubescens, Wall. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

creamy-white, anthers purple. Shady situations amongst 
scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 



Lat. 25 40' N. Alt 



J 



W 



Wightiana, Wall. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers brownish- 



green. Dry, open situations in thickets on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 



10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan 



Spinous shrub of 4 to 



4740. Xanthoxylon acanthopodium, DC. _ f . 

6 ft. Fruit used as a condiment by the Chinese. Dry, 
stony situations along the base of the eastern flank ol the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4747 Calorhabdos Brunoniana, Wall. Half-shrubby P^*^*? 

5 ft. Flowers yellowish-white, anthers vie et Amongst 



grass 



Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 



VV. Yunnan, China 



266 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4748. Circaea alpina, Linn. Plant of 3 to 10 inches. Flowers white 

or pinkish. Moist rocks by streams in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4749. Achyranthes bidentata, BL Half-shrubby plant of i to 2 ft 

Flowers green. Dry, stony situations on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4750. Veronica javanica, BL Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers blue. 

Stony, mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. April-June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4751. Gleditschia Delavayi, Franch. Shrub of 4 to 12 ft. Amongst 

scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4752. Sabia yunnanensis, Franch. Scandent shrub of 4 to 10 ft. 

Flowers brownish-green. On rocks and scrub in dry situations 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4753- Sarcococca Hookeriana, Baill. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

light greenish-brown. Dry, open situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4754- Tetrastigma serrulatum, PI. Scandent, half-shrubby plant of 

2 to 10 ft. Flowers light green. On scrub and grass in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40 N . 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4755- Hemsleya amabilis, Diels. Sp. nov. Scandent plant of 3 *° 

9 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. Open situations on scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4° w ' 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4756. Euonymus roseoperulata, Loes. Sp. nov. Shrub oi 6 to 12 ft 

Flowers green. Thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 It. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4757- Skimmia Laureola, Hook. f. Shrub of 10 to 25 ft. Flowers 

yellowish- green. In thickets and mixed forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 



10,000 ft. May-June 1906. W 



4758. 



Boenninghausenia albiflora, Reichb., var. brevipes, Franch. 

Shrub of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers white. Stony, shady situations 
by streams and on cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flanK 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 it. 



June- July 1906. W. Yunnan 



Numerical Catalogue 267 

4759. Elsholtzia Souliei, Leveille. Strongly aromatic shrub of 

2 to 4 ft. Flowers yellowish-white, anthers violet. Dry, 
stony pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40" N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W, 
Yunnan, China. 

4760. Buddleia myriantha, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers deep purple, fragrant. Dry, stony situations on 
the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4761. Cannabis sativa, Linn. Half -shrubby plant of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers light green. Open, stony ground around the city 
of Tali. Cultivated by the Chinese. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
6700 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4762. Dioscorea Fargesii, Franch. Scandent plant of 4 to 10 ft. 

Flowers purplish-green. On scrub in open, dry situations 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4763. Zizyphus vulgaris, Lamk. Shrub of 4 to 12 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green. Amongst scrub on the margins of thickets 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4764. Diospyros Balfouriana, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub or tree of 

6 to 20 ft. Flowers green. Open situations in the lali 
valley around the city of Tali. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 it. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4705- Peperomia reflexa, A. Dietr. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flcmers 

green. On moss-covered rocks and trees in shady situations, 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

I 

4766. Pilea peploides, Hook, et Am. Plant of 1 to 4 inches. Flowers 

greenish-white. Moist, shady situations on humus-covered 
boulders in side valleys on the eastern flank ot the 1 an 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4767. Viola Delavayi, Franch. L depau^ata. Plant of 2 to 5 

inches. Flowers white. Dry, shady *^™J^£ 
rocks in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 1 ^ * an f 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. 

Yunnan, China. 

4768. Ophiopogon dracaenoides, Hook, f . Plant of 1 to 4 ^ 

Fruit scarlet. Moist, shady ledges oi ^cliffs on he eastc^ 
flank of the Tali Range Lat 25 40 £• Alt - 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Tfunnan, China. 

[This was apparently not collected by Igg^J 
represented in the Paris Herbarium from Kuei cnou 
Yunnan-sen.] 



268 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

* 

4769. Ehretia corylifolia, Wright. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow, anthers violet. On the margins of thickets 
and mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4770. Laportea terminalis, Wight. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Open situations in thickets on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4771. Boehmeria platyphylla, Don, var. scabrella, Roxb. Shrubby 

plant of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers light-brown. Dry situations 
amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4772. Hemsleya amabilis, Diels. Sp. nov. Scandent plant of 4 to 

8 ft. Shady situations on scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. May- 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4773- Sarcococca Hookeriana, Baill. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

brownish-yellow. Dry, open ground on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4774- Elaeagnus umbellata, Thunb. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

silvery white. Open, moist and dry situations on the margins 
of thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4775- Viburnum erubescens, Wall. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

creamy-white, tinged purplish-rose on exterior. Amongst 
scrub on the margins of thickets in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4776. Leycesteria formosa, Wall. Shrub of \\ to 6 ft. Flowers 

white tinged rose on exterior, bracts deep rose-purple. 
Fruit black, edible, flavour strongly resembling burnt sugar. 
Moist, open situations by streams in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. May-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4777- Lonicera stenosiphon, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 8 ft. Flowers 

golden yellow or white. Dry or moist situations amongst 
scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4778. Lindera glauca, Bl. vel. aff. Shrub of 6 to 20 ft. Flowers 

deep brownish-yellow. Moist situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. J y 



Numerical Catalogue . 269 

4779. Smilax vaginata, Decne. Dwarf shrub of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

dark brownish-green. In and on the margins of cane scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4780. Sopubia trifida, Ham. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Dry situations amongst grass on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4781. Pilea scripta, Wedd. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

yellowish -green. Shady, rocky situations in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. July- August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4782. Boehmeria nivea, Gaud. Plant of 2 to 5 ft. Flowers 

brownish-yellow. Dry situations on the margins of thickets 
and mixed forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

47 8 3. Elatostemma sessile, Forst. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. Foliage 

bright green, flowers brownish-yellow. On humus-covered 
boulders and wet ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4784. Hemiphragma heterophyllum, Wall. Plant of 1 to i\ ft. 

Flowers pale rose, fruit scarlet. Open, mixed and pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4785. Smilax rigida, Wall. Shrub of 1 to 4 ft. Flowers brown. 

Dry situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This Himalayan species has not been recorded so far 
from China.] 

4786. Pilea producta, Bl. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

greenish-white. Shady situations in mixed forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 40 N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4/87. Wahlenbergia brevipes, Hemsl. Plant of 6 to 12 inches 

Flowers white or pale rose. Moist grassy situations bv 
streams on the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-June 1906. W.Yunnan, 

China, 

4788. Stellera Chamaejasme, Linn. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. 

Flowers bright orange. Dry pastureland along the base of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N- Alt. 7000 to 8500 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4789. Leptodermis Wilsoni, Hort. Kew Sp. nov. Sbrabrf 4 to 

6 ft. Flowers soft lavender. Shady situations on the 
margins of mixed forests on the eastern flank of the la 1 
Ran|e. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 






270 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4790. Viburnum cordifolium, Wall. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. Flowers 

creamy yellow. Open, moist situations amongst scrub in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

■ 

4791. Pratia begoniifolia, Lindl. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

pale purplish-rose. Open, moist situations by streams in 
the Tali valley and along the base of the eastern flank of 
• the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4792. Smilax polycolea, Warb. vel aff. Spinous shrub of 3 to 8 ft. 

Flowers brownish-green. Shady situations amongst scrub 
in side^ valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4793- Smilax menispermoidea, DC. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

dark green. Dry, rocky situations amongst scrub in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4794- Phytolacca acinosa, Roxb. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Open, stony situations by streams in the 
Tali valley, and along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4795- Sambucus adnata, Wall. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

creamy-yellow. Grassy openings in mixed forests and by 
streams on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40 N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 

4796. Leptodermis glauca, (Franch.) Diels. Shrub of 1 to 2 ft. 

flowers lavender. Drv, stony situations on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 
9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4797- Schizandra chinensis, Bail!. Semi-scandent shrub of 6 to 

10 It. Flowers crimson, fleshy. On scrub and trees in 
shady situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
laii Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4797A. Schizandra chinensis, Baill. 

4798- Euonymus amygdalifolia, Franch. et Euonymus taliensis, 

i-oes. Sp nov. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers deep purple. 
P?u' I? c . k y sltuatl ons amongst scrub on the eastern flank 
01 the 1 ah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
June-July I9 o6. W. Yunnan, China. 

4799- Curculigo crassifolia, Baker. On the eastern flank of the 

1 ah Range. Lat.2 5 4 o'N. Alt. July 1906. W.Yunnan, 



% 



Numerical Catalogue 271 

4800. Citrus Aurantium, Linn. Shrub of 6 to 8 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white, fragrant. In cultivation by the Chinese 
of the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4801. Houttuynia cordata, Thunb. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Amongst grass by streams, and on the 
margins of thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906, 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4802. Trillium Tschonoskii, Maxim. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers white. Shady situations in mixed and pine forests 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



4803. Didymocarpus aurea, (Franch.) Diels. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers bright orange. Dry situations, on moss-covered 
rocks and trunks of trees in shady forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4804. Didissandra lanuginosa, C. B. Clarke, var. flabellata, Franch. 

Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers deep blue or blue and 
white. Open, dry situations on rocks and cliffs on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4805. Cautleya lutea, Royle. Plant of 1 to i§ ft. Flowers pale 

yellow. Shady, moist situations on the margins of thickets 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. May-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4806. Roscoea alpina, Royle. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white. Mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May- 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4807. Roscoea alpina, Royle. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers 

purple. Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern Hank 
of the Tali Range! Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4808. Roscoea alpina, Rovle. Plant of 4 to 8 inches, flowers 

rose-purple. Clefts' and ledges of cliffs in side yaHeys on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 W. Ait. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4809. Roscoea capitata, Sin., var. purpurata, Gagnep. Plant of 

12 to 18 niches. Flowers purple. Dry situation, amongst 
scrub, and in pine forests on the eastern flank oi the 1 an 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



272 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4810. Hedychium densiflorum, Wall. Plant of ii to 2 ft. Flowers 

white. Moist, shady situations by streams in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4811. Hedychium yunnanense, Gagnep. Plant of i£ to 3 ft. 



Flowers white. 



grass 



in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June- 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4812. Hedychium Forrestii, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers white. Open, moist situations in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4813. LUium ochraceum, Franch. Plant of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers olive- 

brown and purple, fragrant. On mountain meadows and 
amongst scrub on the margins of pine and mixed forests on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 11,000 ft. July-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4814. Liliutn tigrinum, Ker-Gawl. Plant of 3 to 7 ft. Flowers red- 

orange spotted purple. Cultivated by the Chinese of the 
Tali valley, bulbs used as an article of food. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4815. Disporum pullum, Salisb. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

greenish- white. Shady thickets in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4816. Disporum pullum, Salisb. Plant of 1 to ijft. Flowers white. 

Dry, open situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4817. Disporum pullum, Salisb. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. In fruit. 

On margins of thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4818. Streptopus amplexifolius, DC. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. 

Flowers white, shaded rose-purple. Shady, dry openings in 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4818A. Streptopus amplexifolius, DC. 

4819. Ophiopogon WalHchianus, Hook. f. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white or pale blue, waxy, faintly fragrant. Dry 
pine forests and ledges and crevices of cliffs on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 11,000 
ft. June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4820. Oligobotrya Henryi, Baker. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers green. Shady thickets on the eastern flank of the 
• Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May- 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 273 

4821. Tovaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of i| to 2 ft. Flowers 

green. Dry situations in pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4822. Tovaria yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 1 to if ft. Flowers 

green, fragrant. Dry, shady situations in mixed and pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4823. Oligobotrya Henryi, Baker. Plant of 1 to 2.\ ft. Flowers 

greenish-white, fragrant. Shady, moist situations by streams 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

[Both foliage and perianth are somewhat variable. In 
No. 252 the leaves are nearly lanceolate, the perianth is very 
light-coloured, the segments nearly as long as the tube ; in 
No. 4823 they are nearly three times shorter.] 

4824. Aletris Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Open, stony meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4825. Aletris lanuginosa, Bur. et Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Moist situations in si(te valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4826. Tofieldia yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. 

Flowers creamy -yeUow. Dry ledges of cliffs in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4827. Aletris sp. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers greenish-yellow. 

Moist, mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the laJi 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4828. Tofieldia yunnanensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers creamy-yellow. Boggy, mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Alt. 10,000 
ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4829. Hypoxis aurea, Lour. Plant of 1 to 3 f hes Rowers 

lemon-yellow. Dry, mountain pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Rangef Lat. 25 40'. N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4830. Diuranthera minor, C. H. Wright ex Hems! ; n^toi 

1 to 2 ft. Flowers watery white, anthers orange. Dry, 

,r . eas t ern -fl"" 1 ' ^ +^ » ah Kan^e. .Lat. 



25° 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 



IS 



Yunnan, China. 



274 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4831. Diuranthera major, Hemsl. Plant of 1 to ij ft. Flowers 

white, anthers orange. In scrub and on the margins of 
thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4832. Allium victoriale, Linn. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers rose. 

Open, mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

[The group of A. victoriale is represented in the Indo- 
sinian mountains by several types very different from our 
European forms. The two forms of the Forrest collection 
are not like each other. Both have a pale rose-coloured 
perianth, but in No. 2595 the leaves are nearly sessile, and 
strongly papillose at the edge and the nerves ; in No. 4832 
they have long petioles, and a much smoother surface and 
margin. The whole group wants further study in the field.] 

4833. Allium yunnanense, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 4 to 12 

inches. Flowers bright purplish-rose. Dry situations in 
and on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4 8 34- Clintonia udensis, Trautv. et Mey. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

Flowers white. Very shady situations in pine and rhodo- 
dendron forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4 8 35- Ophiopogon dracaenoides, Hook, f . Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers white, veined purplish-rose. Dry, stony situations 
on the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China, 

4836. Hemerocallis fulva, Linn. Plant of i| to 2\ it. Flowers 

orange-red. Cultivated by the Chinese of the Tali valley as 
an ornamental plant. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4^37- Polygonatum Delavayi, Hua. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Flowers pale purple. Dry, shady pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4838. Polygonatum fuscum, Hua. Semi-scandent plant of 3 t0 8 

ft. Flowers greenish-white. Amongst scrub on the margins 
of thickets on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4839- Polygonatum uncinatum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 3 

ft. Flowers white, tinged purplish. In pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9 000 
to 10,000 ft. July-August 1006. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 275 

4840. Iris Collettii Hook f. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. Flowers 

blue and white, fragrant. Open, dry situations on stony 
pastures on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. June-August 1906. W.Yunnan, 

China. 

4841- Iris Delavayi, Micheli. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers purplish- 
blue. Moist, open situations by streams and ditches in 
the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. June-Sep- 
tember 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4841A. Iris sp. 

4842. Cyanotis barbata, Don. Plant of 3 to 12 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Open pastureland along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 
ft. May- June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4843- Aneilema divergens, Clarke. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers 

light purple. Dry, open situations on the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 28 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,500 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

[This species is very variable in the district.] 

4844. Cyanotis barbata, Don. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

light blue. Open, stony pasture on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4845. Aneilema divergens, Clarke. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

light purple. Dry situations in mixed forests in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This is a form with very broad leaves.] 

4846. Commelina nudiflora, Linn. Plant of 10 to 16 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Boggy, grassy situations by streams and 
ditches in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
May-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4847. Aneilema stenothyrsa, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers white. Boggy situations along the base 
of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4848. Amorphophallus yunnanensis, Engl. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. 

Inflorescence purple, spathe livid purple and green. Moist 
situations in pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 ft. June 1906. 



W. Yunnan, China. 

Arisaema 



Plant of 12 



loacuid leucine, JL.1151., voi. louo^tuiu, — ** - " — - . 

to 16 inches. Inflorescence yellowish-green, spathe bright 
green striped a lighter shade. Shady situations m^thickete 



eastern 



Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. J 



Lat. 25 40' N. 



Yunnan 



276 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4850. Arisaema Wilsonii, Engler. Plant of 14 to 16 inches. In- 

florescence deep reddish-purple, spathe reddish- purple, 
striped a lighted shade. Shady pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4851. Arisaema nepenthoides, (Wall.) Mart. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Inflorescence deep reddish-purple, spathe same, spotted a 
deeper shade. Damp pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This species was previously known from the temperate 
Himalaya ; it is recorded from China for the first time.— A. 
Engler.] 

4852. Arisaema consanguineum, Schott. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Inflorescence and spathe green. Dry situations on the 
margins of thickets in side valleys on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4853. Paris quadrifolia, Linn., var. davurica, Fisch. Plant of 1 to 3 

ft. Inflorescence green, anthers yellow. Amongst scrub 
■ in dry grassy openings in pine and mixed forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4°' N - . Alt 
8000 to 10,000 ft. June-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4854. Pogoniayunnanensis, Finet. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

rose-purple. Moist, mountain meadows on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4 8 55- Cypripedium ebracteatum, Rolfe. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers greenish-yellow, with deep purplish-maroon markings. 
Dry, shady situations in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4856. Cymbidium longifolium, Don. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

green, with purple markings, fragrant. Ledges and clefts 
of cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 4°' N - 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4857- Cymbidium grandiflorum, Griff. Plant of i to 3 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-green, with brown markings, very fragrant, with 
a strong vanilla-like perfume. In thickets and mixed 
forests, generally on oak, on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August- 
October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4858. Pleione Delavayi, Rolfe. Plant of i|- to 4 inches. Flowers 

bright purplish-rose, with darker markings. Open, mountain 
pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Tat 25 
40' N. Alt. 7500 to 9000 ft. May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



Numerical Catalogue 277 

4859. Pleione Forrestii, Schltr. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers bright orange, with brown markings. On moss- 
covered boulders and cliffs in shady side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range, hat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 

4860. Pleione grandiflora, Rolfe. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

pure white, with a few rich lake markings. On moss-co\ 1 red 
cliffs and boulders in shady side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4861. Platanthera interrupta, Maxim. Plant of 18 to 24 inches. 

Flowers green, fragrant. Stony, mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4862. Orchis tetraloba, Schltr. Comb. nov. Peristylus tetralobus, 

Finet. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers pale rose. Moist, 
stony meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4863. Orchis tetraloba, Schltr. Comb. nov. Peristylus tetralobus, 

Finet. Plant of 10 to 14 inches. Flowers purplish-rose. 
Moist, mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali. 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4864. Herminium Souliei, Rolfe. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. Flowers 

green. Grassy openings in pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4865. Spiranthes chinensis, (Pers.) Ames. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers rose. Dry, mountain pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
May-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4866. Platanthera japonica, Lindl. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers green, fragrant. Grassy, shady situations on the 
margins of mixed and pine forests on the eastern flank of the 
Talf Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4867. Orchis Giraldiana, Kranzlin. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. Flowers 

deep rose-purple. Boggy meadows on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 it. 
May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4868. Hemipilia brevicalcarata, Finet. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Boggv situations by streams m side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 IN . 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4869. Spiranthes chinensis, (Pers.) Ames. Plant of 3 ^o 9 inches 

Flowers pale rose or greenish-white. Pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. Ait. 



9000 to 10,000 ft. June-J 



W 



278 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4870. Cephalanthera falcata, Lindl. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers greenish- white. Shady, damp situations in mixed 

and pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

: Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 1906. W. 

Yunnan, China. 

4871. Pleione sp. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers brown. On 

trunks of trees in mixed forests in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N, Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4872. Calanthe Delavayi, Finet. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

rose-purple. Moist, shady situations in thickets and mixed 
forests in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4873. Epipactis Royleana, Lindl. Plant of 1 to 3 ft. Flowers 

dark purplish-maroon. Dry, shady, stony situations on 
the margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4874- Goodyera Schlechtendaliana, Rchb. f. Plant of 3 to 

7 inches. Flowers light green, fragrant. Stony situations 
in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4875- Orchis Giraldiana, Kranzlin. Plant of 3 to 8 inches. 

Flowers rose-purple marked a deeper shade. Stony, mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4876. Satyrium ciliatum, Wight. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers 

rose-purple, faintly fragrant. Grassy openings in mixed 

forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 

40 N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4877. Herminium angustifolium, Benth. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

Flowers green. Grassy openings in and on the margins of 

pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40 N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. Tulv 1006. W. Yunnan, 
China. J 



4878. Herminium coeloceras, Schltr. Comb. nov. Peristylus 

coeloceras, Finet. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers rose- 
purple and white, fragrant. Dry pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4879- Bulleyia yunnanensis, Schltr. Genus et sp. nov. Plant of 

9 to 15 inches. Flowers yellowish. On trunks of trees and 
humus-covered boulders in mixed forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 



Numerical Catalogue 279 

4880. Coelogyne corymbosa, Lindl. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. 

Flowers yellow, with brown markings, fragrant. On moss- 
covered trees in mixed forests in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
9000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4881. Dendrobium clavatum, Lindl. Plant of i to i£ ft. Flowers 

deep orange, with orange-brown markings. Dry ledges and 
crevices of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4882. Satyrium setchuenicum, Kranzlin. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers rose-pink, fragrant. Dry pastureland and on 
humus- covered boulders on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4883. Spathoglottis Fortunei, Lindl. Plant of 10 to 15 inches. 

Flowers bright yellow and chocolate-brown. Dry, clayey 
pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4884. Habenaria pectinata, Don. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

fleshy, pale green or yellowish-white. Boggy pastureland 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. July-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China . 

4885. Gymnadenia pseudo-diphylax, Kranzlin. Plant of 3 to 

4 inches. Flowers pale rose-purple. Grassy, shady situa- 
tions by streams in side valleys on the eastern flank oi the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

4886. Orchis spathulata, Rchb. f. Plant of 2 to 4 inches Flowers 

rose-purple. Moist, stony mountain pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4887. Orchis latifolia, Linn. var. Plant of 9 to 15 ; inches. Flowers 

rose-purple with deeper markings. Moist pastureland on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40 . N. Alt. 



9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan 



4888. Habenaria Delavayi, Finet. Plant of 1 to ij ft. lowers 

green and white, fi'agrant. Dry, open pastureland on the 
lastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 25 4c » N. Alt. 
8000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, Chma. 



4889. Pleione sp. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flo 

r - - - ' ■ - the eastern 



brown 



Range Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 



1906. w 



280 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4890. Hemipilia Henryi, Rolfe. Plant of 9 to 10 inches. Flowers 

rose-pink. Dry, shady banks in thickets in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 

China. 

4891. Bletilla hyacinthina, (Sm.) Rchb. f. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. 

Flowers rose-purple, marked a deeper shade. Dry, grassy 
situations on the margins of thickets on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4892. Arundina chinensis, Bl. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers bright 

purplish-rose and yellow. Dry, open pastureland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4893. Utricularia Wallichiana, Wight. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. 

Flowers orange. Boggy, mountain meadows on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4894- Juncus sikkimensis, Hook. f. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers dark brown. Boggy pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4895- Luzula effusa, Buchenau. Plant of 12 to 18 inches. Flowers 

brown. Dry, open situations in pine forests on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4896. Carex polycephala, Boott. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers 

light brown. Dry ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4897. Eriocaulon Henryanum, Ruhl. Plant of 4 to 12 inches. 

Flowers greenish-white. Boggy pasture in side valleys on 
the eastern flank of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 9000 ft. June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China . 

4898. Xyris pauciflora, Willd. Plant of 8 to 16 inches. Flowers 

bright orange-yellow. Boggy, stony pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. 'Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. April-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4899- Juncus allioides, Franch. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Boggy, stony pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
June- July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4900. Pycreus sanguinolentus, Nees. Plant of 9 to 18 inches. 

Flowers dark brown. Moist, mountain meadows on the 
eastern flank of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 
to 10,000 ft. April-June 1006. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 281 

4901- Heleocharis palustris, R. Br. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers yellowish-brown. Boggy pasture on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 
10,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4902. Luzula campestris, DC. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flowers 

brown. Dry pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 10,000 ft. May- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4903- Carex nubigena, D. Don. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

green. Dry, stony pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali 



Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. J 
W. Yunnan, China. 



J 



incus Clarkei, Buchenau vel aff. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 
Flowers yellowish-white. Dry pasture and on ledges of 
cliffs on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



49°5- Carex atrata, Linn., subsp. pullata, (Boott) Kukenth. Plant 

of 6 to 9 inches. Flowers brown. Shady ledges of cliffs 
in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 



Juncus sphenostemon, Buchenau. Plant of 5 to 9 inches. 
Flowers yellowish-white. Boggy, stony pasture on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Fimbristyl 



Plant of 9 to 16 inches. 



Flowers brown. Dry, clayey pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. "Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4908. Carex atrata, Linn., subsp. pullata, (Boott) Kukenth. 

Plant of 9 to 12 inches. Flowers dark purplish- brown. 
Dry, open pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40" N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-July 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4909. Juncus himalensis, Klotzsch. Plant of 3 to 10 inches. Flowers 



brown 



eastern 



j 



Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. June- July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

drpus mucronatus, Linn. Plant of ij to 3 ft Flowers 

brownish- yellow. Bogs on the eastern flank of the lali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. May-July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

incus concinnus, Don. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 
yellowish-white. Moist, stony pasture on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W, Yunnan, China. 



282 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



4912. Poa sp. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers green. Open 

pasture along the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4913- Alopecurus fiilvus, Sm. Plant of 10 to 12 inches. Flowers 

green. Open, stony pasture in the Tali valley and along 
the base of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. May-June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

49*4- Agrostis sp. Plant of 12 to 16 inches. Flowers purplish- 



green 



eastern 



Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May-June 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

49 1 5- Festuca ovina, Linn. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers 

green. Dry pasture on the eastern flank of the Tali Range, 
• Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. May-June 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

49 16 - Grass. Plant of 1 to z\ ft. Flowers brownish-green. Dry 

situations on the margins of thickets on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

49*7- Isachne australis, R. Br. Plant of 1 to 1* ft. Flowers 

purplish- green. Dry, stony pasture on the eastern flank of 
the Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

49 J 8. Calamagrostis littorea, P. Beauv. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

green. Dry, shady situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

49i9- Zea Mays, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers greenish- 
purple. Cultivated by the Chinese of the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40 N. Alt. 6700 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4920. Beckmannia erucaeformis, Host. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. 

b lowers green . Dry pastureland along the base of the eastern 
flank of the Tali Ranee. Lat. ik° An' N AH face* to 8000 



ft. June 1906. W 



Lat. 25° 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 



4921. Coix Lachryma-Jobi, Linn. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

green. Moist, open situations by streams along the base 
of the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
5700 to 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4922. Grass. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers greyish-green. 



mountain 



Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June-J 



W 



lyllostachys bambusoides, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 2 to 5 
V ., F1 ° w f. rs P ur P h sh. Open situations on the eastern flank 
ol the Tah Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 11,000 ft. 
June-August 1906. W. Yunnan. China. 



Numerical Catalogue 283 

4924- Lycopodium sp. Semi-procumbent plant of 6 to 8 inches 

Inflorescence yellow. Dry situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt 

8000 to 10,000 ft. June-September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4925- Selaginella sp. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. On rocks and trees 

in shady side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4926. Lycopodium sp. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers yellow. 

Dry situations amongst cane scrub on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4927- Polypodium sp. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. On trunks of trees 

and humus-covered boulders in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 
ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4928. Fern. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Shady situations in mixed forests 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4929. Polystichum sp. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Dry situations on 

ledges of cliffs in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4930. Polypodium sp. Plant of 2 ft. Shady situations in side 

valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 8000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4931- Cheilanthes sp. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Under surface of 

foliage silvery white. Dry rocks and ledges of cliffs in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4932. Fern. Plant of 8 to 12 inches. On rocks and trees in shady 

side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4933- Ceterach sp. Plant of 6 to 9 inches. Shady ledges of cliffs 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4934- Fern. Plant of i\ to 3 ft. In mixed forests on the eastern 

flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4935- Adiantum sp. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. On trees and rocks 

in moist situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4936. Fern. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Moist, -shady situations by streams 

in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range Lat. 
i 25°40'N. Alt. 8000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



284 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4937- Fern. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Shady, rocky situations in pine forests 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4938. Osmunda sp. Plant of 1 J to 3 ft. Boggy, rocky meadows on 

the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N Alt 
8000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

« 

4939- Fern. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Moist, shady situations in side 

valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. 
Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4940. Fern. In moist, 



open 



W 



Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 ft. August 



4941. Polystichum sp. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. On humus-covered 

rocks and ledges of cliffs along the base of the eastern flank 
of the Tab Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4942. Sphagnum sp Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Mountain , boggy, and by 

streams on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 ° 40' N 
Alt. 8000 to 11,000 ft. 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4943. Moss. 1 to i£ inches in height. On moist rocks in side valleys 

on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4944- Polytrichia sp Plant of 2 inches. Dry rocks on the eastern 

flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 
10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4945. Cladonia sp On trees in side valleys on the eastern flank 

w T l lR w g ^ Lat -25°40'N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 
June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4946. Cladonia sp. Trunks of fallen pines in pine forests on the 

eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat 25 40' N. Alt. 
9000 to 10,000 ft. Julyi 90 6. W. Yunnan, China. 

49.47- Cladonia sp. Dry rocks on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

Ynnnal cfina ' Alt 8oo ° to ".ooo ft. July 1006. W. 

4948. Cladonia sp. On rocks on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

Yunnan, &£ Alt - 9«oo to h.ooo ft. August 1906. W. 

4949- Cladonia sp. On limestone rocks on the eastern flank of the 

lali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. ro.nnn to tt.ooo ft. 



August 1006. W 



4950. Cladonia sp 0n trunks of trees in forests on the eastern 

ft \°!lt T^ 1 ^- Lat 2 5° 40' N. Alt 9000 to 11,000 



ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan 



4951. Paraejfc (?) sp. On. trees in forests on the eastern flank of 
. . Au^f T ^ ng ^ fe 1 : 2 5° 4p: N. Alt. 8000 to 10,000 ft. 



August 1906. W.Yunnan 



Numerical Catalogue 285 

4952. Lichen. On trunks of fallen pines in pine forests on the 

eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4953. Oenanthe stolonifera, Wall. Plant of 1 to 2I it. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Margins of ponds and in ditches in the 
Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W 
Yunnan, China. 

4954- Sagittaria sagittifolia, Linn. Plant of ij to 2 ft. Flowers 

yellowish-white. Ponds and ditches in the Tali valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4955- Aletris lanuginosa, Bur. et Franch. Plant oi 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers pale pinkish-yellow. Boggy pasture in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4956. Geranium nepalense, Sw. Plant of i to 2 ft. Flowers pale 

rose. Dry, stony ground in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4957. Marrubium incisum, Benth. Plant of 1 to ij ft. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony ground in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4958. Rumex obtusifolius, Linn. Plant of i£ to 2 ft. Flowers 

green. Moist, stony situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4959* Carex sp. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers green. Moist, 

stony ground in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 ° 40' N, Alt. 
6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4960. Gentiana aprica, Decne. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Interior of 

flowers bright blue, exterior green. Moist, open situations 
on the bunds of padi fields in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40" N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4961. Mazus rugosus, Lour. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

purplish-blue. Moist, grassy situations on the bunds of 
padi fields in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4962. Elaeagnus umbellata, Thunb. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers 

shining creamy-yellow. Moist, open situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4963. Wahlenbergia gracilis, Schrad. Plant of 3 to 12 inches. 

Flowers blue. Dry, clayey pasture in the Tali valley. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4964. Lamium amplexicaule, Linn. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

rose. Stony situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



286 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

49 6 5- Alopecurus fulvus, Sm. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. Flower 

green. Moist situations in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N 
Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4966. Carex rara, Boott, subsp. capillacea, Boott. Plant of 6 to 8 

inches. Flowers brown. Moist, open situations in the Tali 
valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1006 
W. Yunnan, China. 

49 6 7- Salix eriophylla, Anders. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers yellow. 

Moist, open situations by streams in the Tali valley Lat 
25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4968. Plantago major, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

creamy-yellow. Dry, stony ground in the Tali valley. 

Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. W.Yunnan, 
China. 

4969- Polygonum plebejum, R. Br. Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Flowers 

rose Dry, stony ground in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6700 ft. April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4970. Parochetus communis, Ham. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

bright blue. Moist, open situations on the bunds of padi 
fields in the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. 
April-May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

497i. Silene napuligera, Franch. Plant of 6 to 20 inches. Flowers 

bright rose. Dry, clayey pasture in the Tali valley. Lat. 

China° ft * A P ril_Ma y J 9° 6 - w - Yunnan, 

4972. Carex Jackiana, Boott, f. oxyphylla, (Franch.) Kiikenth. 

fr.fi! ti- 2 J L Flowers green. Moist, open situations 
™i w V alley> . Lat - 2 5° 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 



1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

Mimulus 



Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers 



S e ' A ] f + oi | t ' stony ground in the Tali°valley. ' Lat. 25 
40 N. Alt. 6700 ft. May 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4974 ' Pr vSi\ "I 1 -! 8 ' ?? yle - Shrub of 2 to 10 ft. Flowers 

Y hp Tohu 116 ' T ° pen ' moist situations amongst scrub in 

KifS^' 2 5° 40' N. Alt. 6700 ft." May 1906. 



W 
Corydalis 



?wf liS micr °P° J ia » Franch. Plant of 8 to 20 inches, 
in tr/ S T r( ! Se " P, ?, rple a T nd white ' Dr y> shady, stony ground 

i^of ^ C^a. 25 ° 4 °' N - Alt ' 6 ^° l M ^ 

49?6 " Tr Du h rnr, a n f a T, iS ' Lin ^' Plant of I0 ro 15 inches. Flowers 

£3 I W y t °. W ' c Pl ^ forests in the Shweli valley, near 

X90I "w^un^an^n?' ^ 6 °°° t0 7 °°° * *** 

4977 ' OX v a enow COr D CUla i a ' Linn ' Plant of J to 2 inches. Flowers 

j2t :.o D U> cl 4 a yey Pasture on the Nam Ti-Shweli divide. 

Yunna'n, China 6 °°° t0 7 °°° ft ' March ^ W ' 



Numerical Catalogue 287 

497 8 - Galium modestum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. 

Flowers white. Dry pine forests on the Nam Ti-Shweli 
divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. March 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4979. Trigonotis peduncularis, Benth. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. 

Flowers blue. Dry pasture on the Nam Ti-Shweli divide. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. yooo to 8000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4980. Polygonum paleaceum, Meissn. Plant of 12 to 15 inches. 

Flowers pink. Pastureland on the Nam Ti-Shweli divide. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4981. Lathyrus palustris, Linn. Plant of 2 to 6 inches. Flowers 

rose-purple. Dry pastureland in the Tengyueh valley. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4982. Rotala rotundifolia, (Ham.) Koehne. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers purplish-rose. Boggy ground in the Shweli valley. 
Lat, 25 N. Alt, 5000 to 6000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

4983. Viola distans, Wall. Plant of 4 to 6 inches. Flowers blue. 

Dry pastureland in the Tengyueh valley. Lat. 25 ° N. 
Alt. 6000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4984. Fragaria nilgeerensis, Schltr. Plant of 2 to 3 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony situations on the margins of pine forests 
on the Nam Ti-Shweli divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. yooo to 
8000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4985. Clematis Armandi, Franch. Scandent shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers creamy-yellow, fragrant. Amongst scrub on the 
margins of mixed forests in the Shweli valley. Lat. 24 
50' N. Alt. 6000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4986. Lindenbergia philippinensis, Benth. Half-shrubby plant 

of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers rose-purple and yellow. Shady 
situations on the margins of thickets in the Shweli valley 
near Lung Ling. Lat. 24 35' N. Alt. 4000 ft. March 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4987. Astragalus sinicus, Linn. Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

white and pale purplish-blue. Moist and boggy situations 
in the Tengyueh valley. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 ft. March 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4988. Geranium nepalense, Sw. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white. Dry, stony ground in the Tengyueh valley. Lat. 
25 N. Alt. 5600 to 6000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, 



China. 



vu 



Plant of 3 to Q inches. Flowers 



white. Dry, stony ground m the lei 
25 N. Alt. 6000 ft. March 1906. W 



Lat. 



288 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

4990. Lotus corniculatus, Linn. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Moist pasture in the Tengyueh valley, Lat. 25 N. 
Alt. 5600 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China, 

4991. Bothriospermum tenellum, Fisch. et Mey. Plant of 3 to 

6 inches. Flowers white or pale blue. Dry, barren pasture- 
land in the Tengyueh valley. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 5600 ft. 
March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4992. Carex rubro-brunnea, C. B. Clarke, var. taliensis, (Franch.) 

Kiikenth. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers brown. Moist, 
clayey ground in the Shweli valley. Lat. 25 N, Alt, 
5000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4993. Cardamine hirsuta, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

white. By streams and ditches in the Shweli valley. Lat. 
25 N. Alt. 5000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4994. Desmodium parvifolium, DC. Half-shrubby plant of 6 to 

12 inches. Flowers deep rose-purple. Dry pastureland on 
the Nam Ti-Shweli divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 6000 to 
8000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4995- Viola Patrinii, DC. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers blue. 

Amongst grass on the margins of pine forests on the Nam 
Ti-Shweli divide. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 ft. March 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

4996. Polygala japonica, Houtt. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

blue and white. Pastureland on the Nam Ti-Shweli divide. 
Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

4997- Hedera Helix, Linn. Scandent plant of 4 to 8 ft. On 

trees in mixed forests on the western flank of the Shweli- 
Salwin divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 7000 ft. March 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

499 8 - Campanula canescens, Wall. Plant of 9 to 12 inches. 

Flowers blue. Dry pasture in the Shweli valley. Lat. 
24 50' N. Alt. 5000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

4999- Erysimum cheiranthoides, Linn. Plant of 9 to 15 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Dry, stony pasture on the western flank 
of the Shweli-Salwin divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 7000 ft. 
March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5000. Viola Patrinii, DC. Plant of 3 to 5 inches. Flowers blue. 

Dry pasture on the western flank of the Shweli-Salwin 
divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 7000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5001. Poly podium sp. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. On trees in mixed 

forests on the western flank of the Shweli-Salwin divide. 
Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 289 

5002. Litsea citrata, Bl. Shrub of 10 to 25 ft. Flowers yellow, 

bark aromatic. In mixed forests on the western flank of 
the Shweli-Salwin divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 
8000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5003. Gaultheria trichophylla, Royle. Under-shrub of 10 to 12 

inches. Flowers white, tinged rose. Dry situations in pine 
forests on the Shweli-Salwin divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 
7000 to 8000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5004. Polygonum capitatum, Ham. Procumbent plant of 6 to 18 

inches. Flowers pink. Dry situations on cliffs on the 
Shweli-Salwin divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 8000 ft. March 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5005. Bothriospermum tenellum, Fisch. et Mey. Plant of 8 to 12 

inches. Flowers pale blue. Dry, stony situations on the 
Shweli-Salwin divide. Lat. 24°4o' N. Alt. 8000 ft. March 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5006. Viola distans, Wall. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers blue. 

Dry pastureland on the Shweli-Salwin divide. Lat. 24 40 ' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. March 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5007. Fragaria indica, Andr. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

orange-yellow. Dry stony pasture on the Shweli-Salwin 
divide. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 7000 ft. March 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5008. Euphorbia bupleuroides, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 3 to 6 

inches. Flowers yellow. Dry clayey pasture in the 
Salwin valley. Lat. 24 40' N. Alt. 4000 ft. April 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5009. Valeriana Wallichii, DC. Plant of 6 to 18 inches. Flowers 

pink. Moist clayey pasture in the Salwin valley. Lat. 
24 40' N. Alt. 4000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5010. Potentilla supina, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

yellow. Dry pasture in the Salwin valley. Lat. 24 50' N. 
Alt. 3000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5011. Phlogacanthus pubinervius, T. And. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. 

Flowers yellowish-rose. Amongst scrub in the Salwin 
valley. Lat. 24 50' N. Alt. 3000 ft. April 1906. W. 



Yunnan, China. 



know 



from Sikkim, Bhotan, Assam, Khasia, from 3000 to 7000 ft.] 

5012. Pleione yunnanensis, Rolfe. Plant of 3 to 4 inches. Flowers 

bright rose. Dry mountain pasture on the eastern flank of 
the Salwin valley. Lat. 25 N. Alt. 7000 ft. April 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5013. Mimulus nepalensis, Benth. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

orange. Boggy ground at the south-west end of the Yung- 
Cho-ncr vaiw. Lat. 2S° io' N. Alt. 6000 ft. April 1906. 



- 



W. Yunnan, China. 



*9 



290 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

5014. Lespedeza polyantha, (Franch. pro var.) Schindler. Fedde, 

Repert. ix. (1911), p. 520. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 
white and pale purplish-rose. Amongst scrub in pine forests 

f at the south-west end of the Yung-Chang valley. Lat. 25 10' 

N. Alt. 6000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5015- Vicia sativa, Linn. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers purplish- 
rose. Dry pasture in the Yung-Chang valley. Lat. 25 10' 
N. Alt. 6000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5016. Cynoglossum amabile, Stapf et Drumm. Plant of 6 to 20 

inches. Flowers blue. Moist pastureland in the Yung- 
Chang valley. Lat. 25 io' N. Alt. 6000 ft. April 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5017. Nasturtium palustre, DC. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Moist situations in the Yung-Chang valley. Lat. 
25 io' N. Alt. 5500 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5018. Thesium chinense, Turcz. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. Flowers 

greenish-white. Dry, shady situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the Yung-Chang-Mekong divide. Lat. 25 20' 
N. Alt. 8000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5019. Buddleia officinalis, Maxim. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

greenish-purple, fragrant. Dry situations amongst scrub on 
the Yung-Chang-Mekong divide. Lat. 25 15' N Alt. 
8000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5020. Stellaria saxatilis, Ham. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. Flowers 

white. On dry rocks on the Yung-Chang-Mekong divide. 
Chma Alt * 80 °° ft April I9 ° 6 - W - Yunnan ' 

5021. Rubus sp. = Wilson 134. Doubtful. Shrub of 2 to 3 ft. 

Flowers white. Amongst scrub on the western slope of the 

^uLTn^hin^- * 5 * 5 ' * ** 6 °°° * ^ ***• 

5022. Potentilla Xeschenaultiana, Ser. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers 

*<°TJ w ah Dfy P asturela *d in the Mekong valley. Lat. 
China 4 ° 00 t0 5 ° 00 ft> April T 9° 6 - w - Yunnan, 

5 ° 23 ' E FWr^^tfTf Um ^ RuhL Plant of 4 to 9 inches. 

f i7 e '\^ ls ^ wh i t 1 e ; B oggy Pasture in the Mekong valley. 

China 7 °°° ft April I 9° 6 - W - Yunnai, 

5024. Daph ne PaPKacejS.eud f . grandiflora, Meissn, Shrub 



of 2 to 5 ft. 



ShaH.r ^™™v^ • • i ycuow, tinged pink, iragrant. 
Shady openings m pine forests in the Mekong valley. Lat. 

China 7 °° t0 80 °° ft A P ril J 9o6 W. Yunnan, 

5025. Cystacanthus paniculatus, T. And. vel aff. Shrub of 2 to 4 

s tuaHoT nn r nder ' • yd ° Wish at base - Dry, shady 
LT 2? 2 n" V ?if gmS ° f , forests in the M ^ong valley. 
China 7 ° 00 ft April x 9°6. W. Yunnan, 



Numerical Catalogue 291 

5026. Abutilon sinense, Oliver. Half-shrubby plant of 2 to 6 ft. 

Flowers reddish-orange. Dry, shady situations in the Yung- 
Ping Hsien valley. Lat. 25 25' N. Alt. 5000 to 6000 ft. 
April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[This specimen differs from No. 424, and from the type of 
Hupeh by the hirsute part of the indumentum being more 
prominent, the leaves more pentagonal, less sharply toothed, 
the pedicels longer, the sepals narrower. It may be a different 
species but nearly related to A . sinense.] 

5027. Pieris formosa, D. Don. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

creamy-white. Dry situations on the margins of forests in 
the Yung-Ping Hsien valley. Lat. 25 25" N. Alt. 6000 to 
7000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5028. Chrysosplenium Davidianum, Franch. Plant of 1 to 2 inches. 

Flowers yellow. Moist, shady situations in the Yung-Ping 
Hsien valley. Lat. 25 25' N. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft. April 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5029. Ribes glaciale, Wall. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers purplish- 

green. Dry, shady pine forests on the western slopes of the 
Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 35' N. Alt. 7000 ft. April 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5030. Hydrangea chinensis, Maxim. Semi-scandent shrub of 4 to 8 

ft. Flowers yellowish-white. On rocks and cliffs in dry 
situations in the Yang-pi valley. Lat. 25 30' N. Alt. 
4000 to 5000 ft. April 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5031. Deutzia discolor, Hemsl. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Flowers white. 

Shady situations amongst scrub in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June-July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5032. Philadelphus nepalensis, Koehne. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. 

Flowers creamy-white. Dry, open situations amongst scrub 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. June 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5033. Deutzia discolor, Hemsl. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers pale 

purple and white. Open, mountain pastureland on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. May-June 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5034. Deutzia corymbosa, A. Br. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers white, 

anthers yellow. Amongst rhododendron scrub in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5035. Deutzia parvifolia, Bge., var. purpurascens, Franch. Shrub 

of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers pale purple and white, anthers green. 
Open situations in side valleys on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Ait. 10,000 to 11,000 ft, 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



292 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

5036. Philadelphia nepalensis, Koehne. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. 

Flowers creamy-white, fragrant. Moist, open situations 
amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 

Yunnan, China. 

5037. Rodgersia pinnata, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

cream colour. Shady, moist situations in and on the margins 
of mixed and pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. August- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5038. Chrysosplenium Davidianum, Franch. Plant of i to 4 inches. 

Flowers golden yellow. Moist, mossy banks in and on the 
margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. July- 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5039. Parnassia chinensis, Franch. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers 

creamy-white. Open, grassy situations on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. October 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5040. Parnassia crassifolia, Franch. Plant of 6 to 14 inches. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. Moist situations by streams in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40 N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. August-September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5041. Parnassia Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Flowers white, striped green. Mountain pastureland on 
the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
11,000 to 12,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5042. Parnassia mysorensis, Heyne, var. aucta, Diels. Var, nov. 

Plant of 4 to 7 inches. Flowers white. Moist mountain 

pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 

25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5043. Parnassia tenella, Hook, f . et Thorns. Plant of 2 to 4 inches. 

Flowers, interior dark olive green, exterior lighter. Boggy, 
rocky mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5044- Hydrangea altissima, Wall. Shrub of 6 to 12 ft. Barren 



greenish 



Amongst 



scrub on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

[Stamens in our specimen 12 to 15 ; the distinctness of 
this species and H. scandens, Maxim, is getting very doubt- 

X LI la • 

5045. Hydrangea heteromalla, Don. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Barren 

florets greenish-yellow, fertile florets cream colour, anthers 
purple. Dry, open situations in side valleys on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 



Numerical Catalogue 293 

5046. Hydrangea chinensis, Maxim. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Barren 

florets white, fertile florets cream, with anthers purple. 
Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5047. Hydrangea Hortensia, DC. Plant of 2 to 3 ft. Flowers bright 

blue. Grown by the Chinese of the Tali valley as an orna- 
mental plant. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 6700 to 8000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5048. Viburnum tomentosum, Thunb. Shrub of 4 to 6 ft. Barren 

florets white, fertile florets cream colour, anthers yellow. 
Dry, open situations along the base of the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 to 9000 ft. May 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5049. Sedum trifidum, Wall., var. Forresti, Hamet. Var. nov. 

Plant of 2 to 4 inches. Flowers pale yellow. On rocks and 
moss-covered trees, moist, shady situations in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

5050. Sedum trullipetalum, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 2 to 3 

inches. Flowers brassy yellow. On moss-covered boulders 
in dry, shady situations in side valleys on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5051. Sedum multicaule, Wall. Plant of 2 to 5 inches. Flowers 

yellowish-green. On boulders in moist, open situations in 
side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5052. Sedum Oreades, Hamet. Plant of i§ to 3 inches. Flowers 

yellow. On moss-covered boulders on the eastern flank of 
the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to n,ooo ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5053. Sedum roseum, Scop, vel aff . Plant of 4 to 8 inches. Flowers 

greenish-yellow. Root aromatic when fresh. On humus- 
covered rocks in dry, shady situations in side valleys on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

5054. Sedum fastigiatum, Hook. f. et Thorns, vel aff. Tufted 

plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers greenish. On moss-covered 
boulders in shady situations on the eastern flank of the 
Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5055- Sedum nobile, Franch. vel aff. Plant of 3 to 9 inches. 

Flowers green, anthers brown. Mossy, rocky, shady situa- 
tions in pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 12,000 to 13,000 ft. October 1906, 
W. Yunnan, China. 



294 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

5056. Saxifraga diversifolia, Wall., f. augustibracteata, Engl, et 

Irmscher. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Flowers orange, anthers 
same shade. Moist, shady situations in pine forests on the 
eastern flank of the Tali range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 
to 11,000 ft. August-September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5057. Bergenia purpurascens, (Hook. f. et Thorns.) Engl., var. 

Delavayi, (Franch.) Engl, et Irmscher. Plant of 9 to 14 
inches. Flowers pale rose-purple. Stony, grassy situations 
in ravines on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. July 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5058. Saxifraga cardiophylla, Franch. Plant of 8 to 10 inches. 

Flowers orange-yellow, anthers the same shade. Open, 
mountain grassland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August-September 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5059. Saxifraga cortusaefolia, Sieb. et Zucc. Plant of 9 to 14 inches. 

Flowers white, anthers brick-red. Moist, shady, rocky 
situations in pine and mixed forests on the eastern flank 
of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. 
August 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5060. Saxifraga gemmipara, Franch. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers white, base of petals yellowish. Open, rocky, dry 
pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5061. Saxifraga strigosa, Wall. Plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers 

• yellowish-white, base of interior marked deep orange-red, 

anthers red. Dry, exposed situations on the margins of pine 

forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 

Alt. 10,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

5062. Saxifraga hispidula, D. Don, var. Doniana, Engler. 

Tufted plant of 3 to 6 inches. Flowers orange, anthers 
same shade. Ledges and crevices of cliffs in side valleys 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan, 
China. 

5063. Rhododendron yunnanense, Franch. Erect shrub of 4 to 

6 ft. Flowers rose. Open situations amongst scrub on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5064. Cassiope selaginoides, Hook. f. et Thorns. Plant of 4 to 

inches. Flowers pinkish-white. Moist, stony situations 
on barren mountain pastureland on the Mekong-Salwin 
divide north-west of Tzekou. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 14,000 
to 15,000 ft. August-September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

[Forresfs specimen is a stouter plant than Hooker's type 

from Slkkim or TJpnrv'c \T« fi9» T t 117-._j.-_.. <r _.._„ 



are 



Western 



Numerical Catalogue 295 

larger, 9-10 mm. long, 10-11 mm. broad. The sinuses 
between the corolla-lobes are acute or rectangular, not 
rounded like those of C. fastigiata. 

u C as siope selaginoides " of Diels, Flora von Central 
China in Engler's Bot. Jahrb. xxix. (1901) 515 (Bock- 
v.Rosthorn, No. 2578), from Tsaku lao, Western Szechuan, is 
remarkable by its much shorter leaves, which are scarious 
at the edge, not woolly like the two other species. It may 
be a distinct species. For the present, however, the material 
is too scanty to allow a proper classification of the Cassiope 
of the Chinese-Tibetan mountains. — L. Diels.] 



5065. Pyrola sororia, H. Andres. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 8 inches. 

Flowers greenish-yellow. In pine forests and cane brakes 
on the Mekong-Salwin divide west of Tzekou. Lat. 28 N. 
Alt. 11,000 ft. July 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

5066. Gaultheria Hookeri, Clarke. Shrub of 2 to 6 ft. Flowers 

ruddy green. Open situations on the margins of pine forests 
on the ascent of the Sung-kwei pass. Lat. 26 30' N. Alt. 
9000 ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

5067. Gaultheria Griffithiana, Wight. Shrub of 3 to 6 ft. Flowers 

dull green, fragrant. On the margins of pine forests on the 
Kari pass, Yangtze-Mekong divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 8000 
to 10,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

5068. Rhododendron selense, Franch. Shrub of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers 

yellow. Marshy mountain meadows on the Mekong-Salwin 
divide north-west of Tzekou. Lat. 28 $' N. Alt. 11,000 to 
12,000 ft. September 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

5069. Rhododendron Stewartianum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

3 to 7 ft. Flowers pinkish yellow. Open situations on 
mountain meadows on the ascent of the Tsedjrong pass, 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 28° io' N. Alt. 10,000 to 
11,000 ft. June 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

5070. Rhododendron trichostomum, Franch. Dwarf shrub of 

2 ft. Flowers white. In pine forests on the eastern flank 
of the Lichiang Range. Lat. 27 5' N. Alt. 12,000 ft. 
August 1904. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

5071. Rhododendron gymnanthum, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

3 to 6 ft. Flowers rose, with crimson markings. Open, 
rocky situations on the Mekong-Salwin divide north-west 
of Tzekou. Lat. 28 12' N. Alt. 13,000 ft. August 1906. 
S.E. Tibet. 

5072. Rhododendron uvarifolium, Diels. Sp. nov. Shrub of 

20 ft. Flowers fleshy, pink, with deep crimson markings. 
In rhododendron forest on the ascent of the Nin-chang pass 
from the Yangtze valley to the Chung Tien plateau. Lat. 



27 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. September 1904 
Yunnan, China. 



296 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

5073. Rhododendron sanguineum, Franch. Shrub of 3 to 5 ft. 

Flowers black crimson. Open, rocky situations in side 
valleys on the Mekong-Salwin divide north-west of Tzekou. 
Lat. 25 15' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. August 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

5074. Juncus crassistylus, Camus. Plant of 14 to 20 inches. 

Flowers pale green. Open, dry situations amongst boulders 
on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 ° 40' N. 
Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5075. Swertia cordata, Wall., forma ? Plant of i\ to 2J ft. 

Flowers greenish-blue. Grassy openings in and on the 

margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali 

Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. August 
1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5076. Crawfurdia fasciculata, Wall. Scandent plant of 2 to 4 ft. 

Flowers lilac, exterior green. On cane and grass in and on 
the margins of cane brakes on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. August- 
September 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

* 

5077. Halenia elliptica, D. Don. Plant of from 6 inches to 2\ ft. 

Flowers blue and white. Open, moist and dry situations 
on mountain meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 12,000 ft. August- 
October 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

5078. Pedicularis siphonantha, Don. Plant of 3 to 7 inches. 

Flowers bright rose-crimson. Moist, rocky, mountain 
meadows on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 to 12,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 

5079. Allium Bulleyanum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2\ ft. 

Flowers very deep crimson. Damp, shady situations amongst 

scrub in side valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 

Lat 25 40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan. 

5080. Allium Bulleyanum, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. 

flowers deep magenta-rose. Moist, rocky grassland on the 
eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 
8000 to 10,000 ft. August 1906. W. Yunnan. 

5081. Eremurus chinensis, O. Fedtsch. Plant of i£ to 3 ft. Flowers 

white, fragrant. Dry ledges of cliffs above the boiling 
springs m the Lang-kung Hsien valley. Lat. 26 30' N. 
Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

[ T £ is species recorded previously only from Northern 

5082. Hosta plantaginea, (Lam.) Aschers. Plant of i* to 2J ft. 

*i Tu W ?i* y ?t lte ' ***&***• Cultivated as an ornamental 
plant by the Chinese of the Tali valley. Lat. 25 40' N. 
Alt. 6500 ft. September 1906. W.Yunnan. 



Numerical Catalogue 297 

5083. Equisetum sp. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. Inflorescence greenish- 

brown. Moist, gravelly situations by streams on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 8000 ft. 
July 1906. W. Yunnan, China. 

■ 

5084. Polygonatum curvistylum, Hua. Plant of 12 to 14 inches. 

Flowers pale greenish-purple. On the margins of pine 
forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 
40' N. Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. W. 



Yunnan, China. 



5085. 



5086. Piptanthus nepalensis, D. Don. Shrub of 4 to 8 ft. Flowers 

canary-yellow. Moist, shady and open situations in side 
valleys on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' 
N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. W. 
Yunnan. 



5087. Sedum roseum, Scop, vel aff. Plant of 6 to 10 inches. 

Flowers green. Moist, rocky pasture on the Kari pass, 
Yangtze-Mekong divide. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 12,000 to 14,000 
ft. September 1904. N.W. Yunnan. 

5088. Sedum roseum, Scop, vel aff. Plant of 6 to 12 inches. 

Flowers green. Moist, open pasture on the Mekong-Salwin 
divide, Mekong valley. Lat. 28 N. Alt. 12,000 ft. Sep- 
tember 1904. S.E. Tibet. 

5089. Ribes glaciale, Wall. Shrub of 6 to 10 ft. Flowers dull 

crimson. Open situations amongst scrub on the eastern 
flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 11,000 ft. 
September 1906. W. Yunnan. 

5090. Delphinium Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 18 inches. Flowers 

blue. Margins of pine forests on the eastern flank of the 1 ah 
Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 ft. October 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5091. Photinia salicifolia, Dene. Spreading shrub of 3 to 6 ft. 

Fruit bright scarlet. Moist, stony situations, banks ol the 
Salwin, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Under water during floods, 
only one place near Chong-Wa. Lat. 26 45' N. Alt. 3200 ft. 



N.W. Yunnan. 



5092 



ilanophora indica, (Arn.) Wall ? Plant of 2 to 3 inches ; 

whole plant bright scarlet, viscid and glistening, anthers 
white. Parasitical on the roots of trees in dense subtropical 
jungle in a side valley of the Salwin south of Pei-Pa, balwin- 
Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 12' N. Alt. 3000 to 4000 ft. 
November 1905. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

[The material is not sufficient for identification, the flowers 
(male) being in an advanced state. The scales of the stem 
are smaller than in typical B. indica, the raceme subovoid 
broader than usual, the pedicels l'$ cm. long, the perianth 
lobes finally 7 mm. long.] 



298 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 

5093. Boenninghausenia albiflora, Reichb., var. longipes, Franch. 

Half-shrubby plant of 2 to 4 ft. Flowers white. Dry, open 
situations in pine forests to the north of Lu-Chang, in the 
Salwin valley, Salwin-Irrawadi divide. Lat. 26 27' N. Alt. 
6000 to 8000 ft. November 1905. N.W. Yunnan, China. 

5094. Iris japonica, Thunb. Plant of 1 to 2 ft. Flowers trans- 

parent white. Grassy situations in and on the margins of 
pine forests on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 
25 40' N. Alt. 10,000 to 11,000 ft. July-August 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5095. Didissandra muscicola, Diels. Sp. nov. Plant of 6 to 12 

inches. Flowers deep orange. On moss-covered boulders 
and trees in shady rhododendron forest in side valleys of the 
Mekong-Salwin divide. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 
ft. July 1905. S.E.Tibet. 

5096. Oreocharis Delavayi, Franch. Plant of 4 to 7 inches. Flowers 

canary-yellow. On moss-covered boulders in shady rhodo- 
dendron forest in side valley of the Mekong, Mekong-Salwin 

divide. Lat. 27 30' N. Alt. 7000 to 9000 ft. July 1905. 
S.E. Tibet. 

5097. Hypericum Lalandii, Choisy. Plant of 6 to 15 inches. 

Flowers bright orange. Open, grassy situations amongst 
scrub at Ta-chu-pa, near the head of the Ming-kwong valley. 
Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 7000 to 8000 ft. October 1005. N.W. 
Yunnan, China. 

5098. Hypericum Lalandii, Choisy. Plant of 9 to 13 inches. 

blowers golden yellow. Moist, open gravelly situations on 
mountain pastureland on the eastern flank of the Tali Range. 
Lat. 25 40' N Alt. 9000 to 10,000 ft. September 1906. 
W. Yunnan, China. 

5099- Isopyrum grandiflorum, Fisch. In clefts of rock on the 

eastern flank of the Tali Range. Lat. 25 40' N. Alt. 13,000 
to 14,000 ft. June 1910. 



* * 



CATALOGUE 

of the 

Species arranged in Natural Orders. 



The numbers after the names are Mr. Forrest's field numbers as cited in the 

preceding numerical catalogue. 



ACANTHACEAE. 

Barleria 

cristata, Linn,, 872, 1098. 

Cystacanthus 

paniculatus, T. And. vel aff. ; 
5025. 

Dicliptera 

riparia, Nees, 613. 
Roxburghiana, Nees, 1024. 

Hemigraphis 

drymophila, Diels, 2774. 

Justicia 

diffusa, Willd., var. hedyotifolia 

(Wall.), Clarke, 804. 
khasiana, Clarke, 4535. 
procumbens, Linn., 997, 1026, 

1093. 
stolonifera, Clarke, 917. 

Phlogacanthus 

pubinervius, T. And., 501 1. 

Rhinacanthus 

Beesianus, Diels, 1053. 

Strobilanthes 

acrocephalus, T. And., 920. 
cyphantha, Diels, 4549. 
flaccidifolius, Nees, 4685. 
Forrestii, Diels, 2456, 2760, 455 *> 

4553- 
Forrestii, Diels. Var ? 4552. 

versicolor, Diels, 2308. 
xanthantha, Dz>&, 45 5 °- 
yunnanensis, Diels, 616, 2361. 

sp., 466, 4521. 

Thunbergia 

fragrans, Roxb., 4477* 



ALISMACEAE. 
Alisma 

Plantago, Linn., i888 ; 2526. 

Sagittaria 

sagittifolia, Linn., 2765, 4954. 



AMARANTACEAE 

Achyranthes 

bidentata, BL, 4749. 

Aerua 

glabra ta, Hook, f., 873. 

Deeringia 

celosioides, R. Br., 1041. 



AMARYLLIDEAE. 
Curculigo 

crassifolia, Baker, 4799. 

Hypoxis 

aurea, Lour., 2596, 4829. 

Lycoris 

aurea, Herb., 927, 1020, 3084 
radiata, Herb., 3083. 

Polianthes 

tuberosa, Linn., 3009. 



AMPELIDEAE. 
Tetrastigma 

obtectum, P/. ; 4265. 
serrulatum, P/., 4266, 4754- 
yunnanense, Gagnep., var. tri- 

phyllum, Gagnep., 4267. 

Vitis 

bryoniaefolia, Bunge, 2230. 
pentagona, DzVfo et G//g. ; 4269. 
Thunbergii, S**£. et Zw^. ; var. 
adstricta, Hance., 4268. 



ANACARDIACEAE. 
Pistacia 

weinmannifolia, Poisson, 210. 

Rhus 

Delavayi, F ranch., 47°9- 
semialata, Murr., var. Roxburghn, 



DC, 521 



• 



299 



3oo 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



APOCYNACEAE. 

Alstonia 

yunnanensis, Diets, 592. 

Nerium 

, odorum, Soland., 989. 

Trachelospermum 

jasminoides (Lindl.), Lent., 4719. 

Vinca 

rosea, Linn., 11 10. 

Apocynad, 201 1, 2019. 
Apocynad? 574. 



ARALIACEAE. 
Hedera 

Helix, Linn., 4668, 4997. 

Helwingia 

chinensis, Batal., 4609, 4610. 
rusciflora, Willd., 4608. 

Panax 

Delavayi, Franch., 427. 

Pentapanax 

Henryi, Harms, 3071. 
Leschenaultii, Seem., 2296, 2832 

Trevesia 

palmata, Vis., 1085. 

ARISTOLOCHIACEAE. 
Aristolochia 

gentilis, Franch., 91. 
moupinensis, Franch., 4593. 
setchuenensis, Franch., 4592. 



Acorus 



AROIDEAE. 



Calamus. Linn., 2778. 

Amorphophallus 

yunnanensis, Engl, 4848. 

Arisaema 

consanguineum, Schott, 2434, 2444, 
4852. 

fraternum, Schott, 2374. 
nepenthoides (Wall), Mart., 4851. 
talense, Engl, 2277, 2465. 

talense, Engl., var. latisectum, 

Engl, 4849. 
Wilsonii.£ttp7.. ?*t o^Rr ^Sr^ 



ASCLEPIADEAE. 
Asciepias 

curassavica, L*w/z. ; 1056. 



ASCLEPIADEAE— co ntinued 

Ceropegia 

Balfouriana, Schltr., 2204. 
dolichophylla, Schltr., 4738. 

Cynanchum 

■ Bodinieri, Schltr., 2645, 4713. 
Forres til, Schltr., 2216, 2241, 4662 

Dregea 

sinensis, HemsL, 2392. 

Periploca 

Forr estii, Schltr. ,572. 

Tylophora 

yunnanensis, Schltr., 2567, 4661. 



BALANOPHOREAE. 
Balanophora 

indica (Am.), Wall. ? 5092. 

sp. aff. involucrata, Hook. /., 4680 



BEGONIACEAE. 
Begonia 

Harrowiana, Diets, 2647, 3055 

4388, 43^9; 4390. 
sinensis, A. DC, 84. 

yunnanensis, Leveille, 4675. 
sp., 1115. 



BERBERIDEAE. 
Berberis 

centiflora, Diets, 4689. 
dictyophylla, Franch., 2071. 
elegans, C K. Schneider, 2233. 
integerrima, Bunge ex Franchet, 
222. 

laevis, Franch., 2012. 

leptoclada, Diets, 330. 

pallens, Franch., 2271, 2343. 

papillifera {Franch), Schneider, 
2013. 

pruinosa, Franch., 2014, 2102, 
2203. 

Wallichiana, DC, 192. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 4344. 

Holboellia 

angustifolia, Wall., 4360. 

Mahonia 

japonica (Thunb.), DC, 4345. 
nepalensis, DC, 141. 






BIGNONIACEAE. 
Amphicome 

arguta,#0yfc, 00,4730. 



Species in Natural Orders 



301 



BIGNONIACEAE— continued 

Campsis 

grandiflora (Thunb.), K. Schum., 
2690. 

Catalpa 

Duclouxii, Dode, 612, 2121, 4679. 

Incarvillea 

grandiflora. Bur. et Franch., var. 

brevipes, Sprague, 2 131, 2464. 
lutea, Franch., 2338. 



BORAGINEAE. 
Bothriospermum 

chinense, Bunge, 4473. 
tenellum, Fisch. et Mey., 4466, 
4467,4991,5005. 

Cynoglossum 

amabile, Stapj et Drumm., 609, 



4476 



2015, 4475, 5016. 
? Dunnianum, Diels, 2004, 
micranthum, Desf., 899, 44 
triste, Diels, 2235. 

Ehretia 

corylifolia, Wright, 4769. 

Lithospermum 

Hancockianum, Oliv., 137. 

Myosotis 

silvatica, Hoffm., 2348, 2351, 2619. 

Omphalodes 

Forrestii, Diels, 2669. 

Onosma 

paniculatum, Bur. et Franch., 2447, 
2541,4472. 

Paracaryum 

brevitubum, Diels, 4474. 
glochidiatum, Benth., 2255. 

Thyrocarpus 

glochidiatus, Maxim., 2545. 

Tretocarya 

sikkimensis, Oliver, 4470. 

Trigonotis 

microcarpa, Benth., 4468, 4469- 
peduncularis, Benth., 4979. 
rotundifolia, Benth., 2304. 
sp. ; 608. 



BURMANNIACEAE. 
Burmannia 

coelestis, D(?«. ? 941. 
disticha, Linn., 268, 3846, 4741 



CAMPANULACEAE. 
Adenophora 

Bulleyana, Diels, 2653. 
coelestis, Diels, 2718, 2810. 
diplodonta, D^Zs, 396, 1066, 2986. 
Forrestii, Diels, 394. 
leptosepala, Diels, 3857, 3858. * 
leptosepala, Diels vel aff., 3859. 
megalantha, DzV/s, 2661. 
ornata, Diels, 2801, 3861, 3862. 
pachyrhiza, Diels, 3860. 

sp., 395- 

Campanula 

cana, Wall., 2976, 3866. 
canescens, Wall., 3864, 499^. 
colorata, PTa//., in, 909, 2502, 

2581, 3865. 
colorata, Wall, var. ramulosa, 

Wall, 3863, 3867. 
crenulata, Franch., 2729, 3856. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2935. 
fulgens, Wall, 138, 2733. 

Campanumoea 

j avanica, Blume, 1 1 09 . 

Codonopsis 

Bulleyana, Diels, 2731. 
convolvulacea, #wr0, 886, 2732, 

3851- 

.Forrestii, D*Wj, 48, 3852. 

macrocalyx, Diels, 3008. 
meleagris, Diels, 2674. 
ovata, Benth., 83. 
tubulosa, Komarow, 3853, 3854. 

Cyananthus 

Delavayi, Franch., 41, 323, 327. 
formosus, Dz>Zs, 2726. 
Forrestii, DzVZs, 955. 
Hookeri, C. B. CZar^ var. laevi- 

caulis, Franch., 324. 
incanus, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. 

leiocalyx, Franch., 977, 3848. 



2953; 2 97 8 - 



/ 



/ 



longiflorus, Franch., 3045, 3849. 
macrocalyx, Franch., 106, 2530 

3847- 

Leptocodon 

gracilis, #00^ 

Lobelia 

pleotricha, Diels, 3869 . 
pyramidalis, Wall., 3870. 
sessilifolia, Law//', 145; S°3 2 - 
taliensis, Diels, 3000, 3868. 
trigona, Roxb.. 1009. 
Wallichiana, #<m»*. /• et Thorns., 

215. 



302 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae 



CAMPANULACEAE— continued 

Pratia 

begoniifolia, Tindl., 4791. 

Wahlenbergia 

gracilis, Schrad., 823, 3850, 4963 
brevipes, Hemsl., 4787. 



CAPPARIDEAE 



Capparis 

tenera, Dalz., 2028. 



CAPRIFOLIACEAE. 
Abelia 

Forrestii, Diets, 867. 

Dipelta 

yunnanensis, Franch., 380, 21 16, 
4641. 

Leycesteria 

formosa, Wall., 2503, 4776. 
glaucophylla, Hook. /., 1063. 

Linnaea 

brachystemon, Diets, 2155. 

Lonicera 

Henryi, Hemsl., 387, 388, 2624, 
4642. 

japonica, Thunb., 2199, 4643. 

Koehneana, Rehder, 2175. 

lanceolata, Wall., 2297. 

ligustrina, Wall, var. ft yun- 
nanensis, Franch., 2087. 

Maackii, Rupr., 384. 

Maackii, Rupr., f. podocarpa, 

Franch., 2003. 
stenosiphon, Franch., 4777. 
trichopoda, Franch., 2074. 
xerocalyx, Dz<?Z<>, 2386. 

Sambucus 

adnata, Wfl/Z., 2414, 4795. 

Triosteum 

hirsutum, Wall., 2257, 4518. 

Viburnum 

atrocyaneum, C. B. Clarke, 443,, 
2139. 

congestum, Rehder, 381, 2026. 
cordifolium, Wall., 386, 4790. 
crassifolium, Rehder, 2266. 
dilatatum, Thunb., 4715. 
erosum, Thunb., 2156, 2157. 
erubescens, Wall., 3092,4744,4775. 
foetidum, flPoS. ? 3105, 4718. 
kansuense, Batal., 2243. 
tomentosum, Thunb., 2206, 5048. 
Veitchii, C. H. Wright, 2010. 



CARYOPHYLLEAE, 

Arenaria 

barbata, Franch., 75. 

Delavayi, Franch., 1873. 

Forrestii, Z)z>/s, 2915. 

ionandra, Diets, 2902A. 

longistyla, Franch., var. pleurogy- 

noides, Diets, 2902. 
napuligera, Franch., 1881, 2622. 
orbiculata, Royle, 2078, 4302. 
serpyllifolia, Linn., 484. 
trichophora, Franch., 2535, 2626. 

Cerastium 

vulgatum, Linn., 2036, 4305, 4989. 

Cucubalus 

baccifer, Linn., 919, 4312. 

Drymaria 

cordata, Willd., 811. 

Lychnis 

adenantha, Franch., 2413. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2312. 
nigrescens, Edgew., 2870, 2961. 
scopulorum, Franch., 2995. 
Senno, £/<?&. et Zw^., 1872, 2872A, 
3076. 

yunnanensis, Franch., 2136. 

Sagina 

Linnaei, Pr^/, var. maxima 
(^4. Gray), Maxim., 4301. 

Silene 

asclepiadea, Franch., 4308. 
atrocastanea, D/^/5, 3043. 
cardiopetala, Franch., 2846, 4864. 
cryptantha, D/^, 2783. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2719. 
grandiflora, Franch., 73. 
napuligera, Franch., 4310, 4971. 
platyphylla, Franch., forma, 4309. 
scopulorum, Franch., 2895, 431 1. 
Stewartiana, D/>/^, 2672. 
tenuis, Willd., 481, 885. 
tenuis, Willd., var. rubescens, 

Franch., 2662. 
trachyphylla, Franch., 491. 
viscidula, Franch., 4316. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 271 1. 
sp. aff. melanantha, Franch., 

4307. 
sp. aff. rubicunda, Franch., 4304. 



Stellaria 

aquatica (Linn.), Scop., 4313 
Davidi, Franch., 2060, 4303. 



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303 



CARYOPHYLLEAE— continued 
Stellaria — continued 

pilosa, Franch., 2173. 
saxatilis, Ham., 816, 4315, 5020. 
trichophora, Franch., 2710. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 2682, 4306, 

43I7- 



CELASTRINEAE. 
Euonymus 

acanthocarpa, Franch., 300, 471 1. 

amygdalifolia, Franch., 4798 in 

part, 
cornuta, HemsL, 1088. 
cornutoides, Loes., 3094. 
grandiflora, Wall., 2029. 



COMMELINACEAE— continued 

Commelina 

nudiflora, Linn., 4846. 
obliqua, Ham., 814. 

Cyanotis 

barbata, Don., ioo8 ; 1017, 2691, 
4842, 4844. 

Streptolirion 

volubile, Edgew., 825. 



COMPOSITAE. 

Achillea 

setacea, Waldst. et Kit., 902, 4067. 

Adenocaulon 

bicolor, Hook., 2693. 



Hamiltoniana, Wall., sensu amplo, Ainsliaea 



2295. 
hupehensis, Loes., var. brevipedun- 

culata, Loes., 4742. 
lanceifolia, Loes., 107 1. 
linearifolia, Franch., 11 25, 2475. 
porphyrea, Loes., 2240. 
roseoperulata, Loes., 4756. 
taliensis, Loes., 4798 in part, 
theifolia, Wall., var. vel forma, 

4717. 

Tripterygium 

Forrestii, Loes., 8o8 ; 3106, 4290. 



CHENOPODIACEAE. 
Acroglochin 

chenopodioides, Schrad., 518. 

Chenopodium 

Botrys, Linn., 3090. 

Corispermum 



CHLORANTHACEAE. 
Circaeaster 

agrestis, Maxim., 118. 



COMBRETACEAE. 
Quisqualis 

indica, Linn., 369. 



COMMELINACEAE. 
Aneilema 

divergens, Clarke, 1080. 2943, 4843, 

4845- 
stenothyrsa, Diets, 4847. 



Henryi, Diets, 4052. 

pertyoides, Franch., y albo- 

tomentosa, Beauv., 128. 
pertyoides, Franch., a typica, f. 

sparsiflora (Vani.), 1. 
pteropoda, DC, 60, 2939, 4051. 
pteropoda, DC, var. obovata, 

Franch., 810. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 643, 2993. 

Anaphalis 

adnata, DC, 943, 1022. 
bicolor, Franch., 642. 
chlamydophylla, Z)z>fo, 2354, 

; 2354A. 

einnamomea, C B. Clarke, var. 
angustifolia, Franch., 1013. 

contorta, Hook, f., 657. 
cuneifolia, Hook, f., 659, 905, 2741, 

4071, 4072. 
Delavayi, Franch., 4068, 4075. 
Franchetiana, Diets, 2996. 



/ 



663, 944, 1062. 



/ 



pterocaulon, Maxim., 664, 2< 
4076. 

Arctium 

Lappa, Juss., 4022. 

Artemisia 

annua, Linn., 32, 4 o6 3- 
apiacea, Hance, 4064. 
campestris, L/ww., 676. 
codonocephala, Diets, 637. 

parviflora, 7?w*., 973. 
Roxburghiana, Bess.. 2558. 

scoparia, Waldst. et IK*., 2588, 

stricta, Edgew., 655. 

vestita, W'a// V 1079. 



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COMPOSITAE— continued 
Artemisia — continued 

vulgaris, Linn., 2920. 

vulgaris, Linn., forma, 4065,4066. 

yunnanensis, Jeffrey, 674. 

Aster 

altaicus, Willd. ? 652. 
auriculatus, F ranch., 4008. 
brachytrichus, Franch., 2160, 2224. 
Bulleyanus, Jeffrey, 661. 
Delavayi, Franch., 677, 683. 
fuscescens, Bur. et Franch., 978, 

4000. 
Harrowianus, Diets, 4004. 
Harrowianus, Diets, var. glabratus, 

Diets, 2508. 
hispidus, Thunb., 2699. 
indicus, Linn., 3063, 4005, 4006. 
Jeffreyanus, Diets, 669. 
likiangensis, Franch., 2900, 2901. 
oreophilus, Franch., 678, 2659, 

2817, 4007, 4009. 
pycnophyllus, Franch., 4001. 
staticefolius, Franch., 2202. 
trinervius, Roxb., 679, 827. 
trinervius, Roxb., var. grosse- 

dentatus, Thunb., 2522, 2819. 
vestitus, Franch., 968, 2931. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 2598. 

Bidens 

bipinnata, Linn., 693. 
pilosa, Linn., 682, 4018. 
tripartita, Linn., 932. 

Blumea 

hieracifolia, DC, 4, 4047. 
glomerata, DC, 4081. 

Callistephus 

chinensis, Nees, 939. 

Carduus 

crispus, Linn., 2324. 

Carpesium 

abrotanoides, Linn., 98. 
cernuum, Linn., 651, 1016, 
nepalense, Less., 2748. 
trachelifolium, L^i*5., 2680. 

Chrysanthemum 

indicum, Linn., 3. 

tatsienense, Bur. et Franch., 36. 

Cnicus 



4003 



chinensis, Max 
4019. 



2930, 2946, 



/ 



Forrestii, Diets, 2373. 
involucratus, DC, 4020. 



/. F. Jeff 



10. 



COMPOSITAE— continued 

Conyza 

pinnatifida, Dunn, 4046. 
stricta, Willd., 11 14. 

Cotula 

anthemoides, Linn., 4085. 

Cremanthodium 

campanulatum {Franch.), Diets, 

465, 2751. 
Decaisnei, C B. Clarke, 2736. 
Delavayi {Franch.), Diets. 4049. 
Forrestii, Jeffrey, 638, 660. 
nobile {Franch.), Diets, 2*124. 
rhodocephalum, Dz>/5, 2665. 

Crepis 

heterophylla, Hemsl., 4025. 

japonica, Benth., 646, 822, 1015, 
4083. 

paleacea, Diets, 2708. 
rigescens, D/e/s, 2192, 4050. 
rosularis, Diets, 2776. 
silhetensis, #0<9&. /. (?), 2090. 
Stoliczkai, C B. Clarke, 2554. 
umbrella, Franch., 3004. 
versicolor, Sch. Bip., 4086. 

Cyathocline 

lyrata ; DC, 4080. 

Dichrocephala 

Benthami, Clarke, 807, 2587, 4058. 
latifolia, DC, 641. 

Doronicum 

altaicum, Pa//., 662, 666. 
yunnanense, Franch., 2663. 

Eclipta 

alba, Hassk., 549, 803. 

Emilia 

sonchifolia, DC, 684. 

Erigeron 

acris, Linn., 653. 

alpimis, Lzwz., 633, 656, 670, 673, 

998, 4088, 4089, 4090. 
bellidioides, Benth., f. integrifolia, 

Franch., 2602. 
canadensis, Linn., 649, 882. 
linifolius, Willd., 4045. 
multiradiatus, Benth., var. platy- 

phyllus, Franch., 2654. 
patentisquama, /. F. Jeffrey, 43. 

Eupatorium 

cannabinum, Linn, ex Franchet, 
4010. 

japonicum, Thunb., 849. 
Lindleyanum, DC, 3052. 



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305 



COMPOSITAE— continued 
Eupatorium — continued 



• * 



Wallichii, . , x m 

654, 2513. 

Gerbera 

Anandria, Sch. Bip., 2187. 
Delavayi, Franch., 634, 667. 
piloselloides, Cass., 4029. 

Gnaphalium 

hypoleucum, DC, 671, 949, 2831, 

4o73- 
multiceps, Wall., 2520, 4074. 

Gynura 

angulosa, DC, 1039. 
pinnatifida, DC, 2721. 

Hypochaeris 

radicata, Linn., 635, 636. 

Inula 

Cappa, DC, 668, 4043. 
nervosa, Wall., 1089. 
pterocaulon, Franch., 11, 658. 
sericophylla, Franch., 2568, 3058, 

4011. 
serrata, Bz/r. et Franch., 2814, 4 OI 3- 

Jurinea 

berardioides (Franch.) Diets, 2481. 
edulis, Franch., 3002. 
Forrestii, £>*>/$, 2806. 

Lactuca 

Beesiana, D/^ 3081. 
graciliflora, Franch., 2949. 
gracilis, DC, 680, 2615. 
grandiflora,Fra^A. ; 33, 2675, 2767, 

4059, 4060. 
hispida, DC, 3061. 
macrorrhiza, Hook, /., 645, 3085. 
napifera, Franch., 665, 2987, 4044. 
sativa, Linn., 4057. 
Souliei, Franch., 3003. 
taliensis, Franch., 3087. 
versicolor, SVA. B*/>. ex Franchet, 

4056. 

Laggera 

alata, StA. Bip., 813, 1051. 
flava, Benth. y 833. 
pterodonta, Benth., 21, 4087. 

Leontopodium 

caespitosum, Dz>fo, 4070. 
calocephalum (Franch.), Beauv., 

2 954- 
foliosum (Franch.), Beauv., 226S, 

4078. 
subulatum (Franch. sub Gnapha- 
lium), 640, 3480, 4069. 

20 



COMPOSITAE--<?oMtfH«tt* 

Microglossa 

albescens, C B. Clarke, 62. 

m 

Myriactis 

nepalensis, Less., 672, 2822, 4016. 
Wallichii, Less., 812, 4026, 4033. 
Wallichii, Less., var., 648, 2833. 

Pertya 

phylicoides, /. F. Jeffrey, 112. 

Petasites 

tricholobus, Franch., 2299, 4048. 

Picris 

divaricata, Vaniot, 2169, 4015, 

4091. 
hieracioides, Linn., 2421, 2549. 

Pluchea 

Bulleyana, /. F. Jeffrey, 1073. 

Prenanthes 

khasiana, C B. Clarke, 974. 
yakoensis, Jeffrey, 870. 

Saussurea 

affinis, Bge., 5, 4021. 
ciliaris, Franch., 2805. 
Delavayi, Franch., 4°3°- 
deltoidea, C B. Clarke, 1078. 
euodonta, Diets, 2823, 4023, 4032. 
Forres tii, Diets, 2940. 
gossypiphora, Don, 3006. 
grosseserrata, Franch., 2664, 4027. 
Kunthiana, Clarke, 2966, 4028. 
lamprocarpa, Hemsl., 61. 
leucoma, Diets, 3005. 
likiangensis, Franch., 2959. 
obvallata, Tf 0//., 315A, 675. 
peduncularis, Franch., 2929. 
peduncularis, Franch., var. corym- 

bosa, Franch., 4031. 
romuleifolia, Franch., 12, 3068. 
semilyrata, Franch., 2707. 
spathulaefolia,Fra«^., 2952, 3041. 

Stella, Maxim., 8. 
subulata, Clarke, 2948. 
Sughoo, Clarke, 2951. 
taraxacifolia, Ifofl., 3°4 6 - 
vestita, Franch. , 2932. 
villosa, Franch., 2735. 
virgata, Franch., 985. 
yunnanensis, Franch., var. runci- 
nata, Franch., 2800. 

Senecio 

acerifolius, C. WinAZ., 640. 
asperifolius, Franch., 1105. 

bulbilliferus, Maxim., var. sub- 
glaber, Franch., 2818. 



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var. 



COMPOSITAE— continued 

Senecio — continued 

Bulleyanus, Diels, 4°53- 
cacaliaefolius, Sch. Bip., 

speciosus, DC, 2853. 
cacaliaefolius, Sch. Bip., var. 

Atkinsoni, Hook. /. ex F ranch., 

29°7; 4054. 
caloxanthus, Diets, 2546. 

camptodontus, Franch., 647, 2983, 

4039- 
chrysanthemoides, DC, 17, 2366^ 

2809, 4035, 4036. 
clivorum, Maxim., 1084. 
cyclotus, Bur. et Franch., 70, 

2824. 
cymatocrepis, Diels, 848. 
densiflorus, Wall., 837, 966. 
dianthus, Franch., 2933, 4042. 
dictyoneurus, Franch., 2360. 
Jeffreyanus, Diels, 54. 
koualapensis, Franch., 4041. 
langkongensis, Franch., 2193. 
lapathifolius, Franch., 2658. 
luticolus ; Dunn, 632. 
mosoynensis, Franch., 4034. 
nagensium, C. 5. Clarke, 14. 
nimborum, Franch., 2927, 4055. 
Oldhamianus, Maxim., 631, 1031. 
oryzetorum, DiVZs, 4038. 
plantaginifolius, Franch., 2918. 
pleopterus, D/rfj, 2829. 
pleurocaulis, Franch., 105. 
saluenensis, ZWris, 855. 
scandens, Ham., 639, 681. 
scytophyllus, Dz*k ; 2964. 
spathiphyllus, Franch., 4037. 
taliensis, Franch., 2762. 
tricuspis, Franch., 2908. 
vellereus, Franch., 2427. 
yakoensis, /. JF. Jeffrey, 959. 

sp. aff. mosoynensis, Franch., 
2695. 

sp. aff. saxatilis, W'a/Z., 2486. 
sp. ; 4040. 

Siegesbeckia 

orientalis, Linn., 58. 

Sonchus 

arvensis, Linn., 2365. 
oleraceus, Linn., 4024, 4084. 

Stereosanthus 

yunnanensis, Franch., 2407. 

Tagetes 

patula, iimi ., 64,4017. 



COMPOSITAE— continued 

Tanacetum 

adenanthum, D/efc, 3070. 
Delavayi, Franch., 3047. 
myrianthum, Franch., 1077. 
Pallasianum, Trautv. et M*y. ,3011, 

4061, 4062. 
Pallasianum, Trautv. et J/ey. ; var. 

brevilobum, Franch., 319. 
tenuifolium, /. Gay, 650. 
yunnanense, /. -F. Jeffrey, 53. 

Taraxacum 

dissectum, Ledeb., 2082. 

sp. aff. T. mongolico, Hani. Mz/., 

4014. 

Vernonia 

cinerea, L£ss. ; 858, 4082. 

clivorum, Kurz., 857. 
esculenta, Hemsl., 991. 
papillosa, Franch., 4012. 

Wedelia 

urticaefolia, DC, 2815. 
Wallichii, Less., 20. 



CONIFERAE.^W 
Abies 

Delavayi, Franch., 4606. 

Juniperus 

chinensis, Ham., 362. 

Podocarpus 

macrophyllus (Thunb.), Don., 466 

Thuja 

orientalis, Linn., 4607. 



CONVOLVULACEAE. 

Calystegia 

hederacea, JFaW., 377, 2146, 4434 

Convolvulus 

parviflorus, Vahl, 618. 

Cuscuta 

chinensis, Lam., 611. 
reflexa, Roxb., 1055, 3014. 



7 

Engelm . , 6 1 7 . 



brachy stigma 



reflexa, Roxb., f. grandiflora, 
Engelm., 2980. 

Ipomoea 

caloxantha, D/ck, 11 11. 
Kingii, Prain, 2569. 
purpurea, Lam., 4478, 
sp., 610. 



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307 



CONVOLVULACEAE— continued 

Porana 

racemosa, Roxb., 854, 3015. 



CORIARIEAE. 
Coriaria 

nepalensis, Wall., 205, 2591. 



CORNACEAE. 
Cornus 

capitata, Wall., 42, 2391, 4700. 
chinensis, Wangerin, 373. 



Monbeigii, HemsL, 389, 2423. 
oblonga, Wall., 382. 



CRASSULACEAE. 
Bryophyllum 

calycinum, Salisb., 4092. 

Sedum 

Alfredi, Hance (?), 2989, 4677. 
Balfouri, Hamet, 196. 
Beauverdi, Hamet, 4688. 
bupleuroides, Wall. (?), 2441, 2492. 
drymarioides, Hance, 197. 
Engleri, Hamet, var. Forresti, 



Hamet, 316. 
stigiatum, 1 
vel aff., 5054. 



/. et Thorns. 



Forresti, Hamet, 2808. 

indicum (Decne.), Hamet, var. 
Forresti, Hamet, 924. 

indicum (Decne.), Hamet, var. 

genuinum, Hamet, 3018. 

multicaule, IFa//., 188, 207, 2896, 

5?5 ! • 
nobile, Franch. vel aff., 5055. 

obtusipetalum, Franch., 199. 

Oreades, Hamet, 3051, 5052. 

primuloides, Franch., 200. 

roseum, Scop., var. (?), 2610. 

roseum, 5r0/>. vel aff., 5053, 5087, 

5088. 
scabridum, Franch. (?), 2377. 
trifidum, IFaH., 87. 
trifidum, Wall., var. Forresti, 

Hamet, 212, 2971, 5049. 



/ 



5050. 



yunnanense, Franch., var. Forresti, 

Hamet, 2384. 
yunnanense, Franch., var. valerian- 

oides, Hamet, 2458. 



CRUCIFERAE. 



Arab is 

alpina, Linn., var. parviflom, 

Franch., 4330, 4332. 
alpina, Linn., var. rubrocalyx, 

Franch., 2170. 

Braya 

rosea, Bunge, 4336. 

rubicunda, Franch., 2107, 4336A. 

sinensis, Hemsl., 37, 3102. 

Cardamine 

Franchetiana, DjVZs, 2225. 
granulifera (Franch.), Diets, 2140, 

2189, 2258, 4335- 4335A. 
Griffithii, #00^. /. et Thorns., 4340, 

. 4343- 
hirsuta, Linn., 1099, 4331, 4993. 

macrophylla, Willd., 272, 2269, 

433.8. 
multijuga, Franch., 2529. 

repens, Franch., 4327. 

yunnanensis, Franch., 2305, 4334. 

Dipoma 

iberideum, Franch., 2575. 

Drab a 

amplexicaulis, Franch., 4328. 
tibetica, Hook. f. et Thorns., 2177. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 2076. 
yunnanensis., i*Vwz<r/z.; forma., 2210. 

Erysimum 

cheiranthoides, Linn., 4329, 4999. 
longisiliquum, ff^4. /. et Thorns., 
2788. 

Eutrema 

yunnanense, Franch., 2331, 4337. 

Goldbachia 

lancifolia, Franch., 2317. 

Hemilophia 

pulchella, Franch., 2570. 

Hesperis 

lutea, Maxim., 2563. 

Megacarpaea 

Delavayi, Franch., 2335, 4342. 

Nasturtium 

globosum, Turcz., 4339- 
palustre, Z)C, 2561, 4341, 5017. 

Solms-Laubachia 

pulcherrima, Muschler, 2164. 

Thlaspi 

arvense, Linn., 4333- 
yunnanense, Franch., 2066. 
yunnanense, Franch., var. dcnla- 

turn, Etofr, 2130. 



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CUCURBITACEAE. 

Cucumis 

sativus, Linn., 4456. 

Gynostemma 

pedatum ? 5Z. ? 4739« 

Hemsleya 

amabilis, Diets, 4755, 4772. 

Thladiantha 

heptadactyla, Cogn. {?), 4455. 
villosula, Cogn. vel aff.,, 2372, 

Zehneria 

mysorensis, Am., 819. 
mysorensis,, Am. {?), 4695. 



CUPULIFERAE. 
Alnus 

nepalensis ; Don., 534. 

Carpinus 

cordatus, Bl., 533, 

Castanea 

vulgaris, Lam., 4599. 

Castanopsis 



Q 



sclerophylla (Lindl.), Schottky, 532. 

uercus 

Delavayi, F ranch., 2055, 
dentata, Thunb., 2229. 
semecarpifolia, Sm., 2056, 2163. 
spicata, Sm., var. yunnanensis, 
Schottky, 528, 2565. 



CYPERACEAE. 



Carex 



atrata, Linn., subsp. pullata 
(Boott), Kuketith., 2290, 4905, 
4908. 

atrofusca, Schkuhr, var. minor, 

Boott, 2359. 
baccans, Nees, 331, 881. 
cruciata, Wahlenb., 879, 880. 
Dielsiana, Kiikenthal, 2 141, 2147. 

drepanorrhyncha, Franch. {}), 
2142. 

Forrestii, Kiikenthal, 2088. 
Jackiana, Btftftf, f. oxyphylla 

{Franch.), Kiikenth., 4972. 
nubigena, D. Dorc., 2837, 4903. 
polycephala, Boott, 4896. 

rara, £00//, subsp. capillacea, 
Boott, 4966. 

rubro-brunnea, C. B. Clarke, var. 

taliensis {Franch), Kiikenth., 

4992. 
sPv 4959- 



Cobresia 

capillifolia {Decne.), C. B. Clarke, 
var. condensata, Kiikenth., 2473. 

cerco. Lchys {Franch.), C. B. 
Clarke, 2214. 

Cyperus 

pilosus, Vahl, 1050. 

Eriophorum 

comosum, Wall, 334. 

Firabristylis 

diphylla, Vahl vel aff., 2582, 2584, 

2688, 4907. 
squarrosa, Vahl, 336. 

sp., 339- 

Heleocharis 

palustris, R. Br., 4901. 

Mariscus 

Sieberianus, Nees, 1014. 

Pycreus 

sanguinolentus, Nees, 337, 338, 
4900. 

Scirpus 

Eriophorum, Michx., 933. 
maritimus, Linn., 2032 . 
mucronatus, Linn., 2592, 49 10. 
setaceus ; Linn., 2487. 



DIAPENSIACEAE 
Diapensia 

Bulleyana, G. Forrest, 1853. 



DIOSCOREACEAE. 
Dioscorea 

Collettii, Hook, f., 4 714. 
Fargesii, Franch., 2566, 4762. 
Hemsleyi, Pram et Bur kill, 2578. 
panthaica, Pram et Burkill, 2267. 



DIPSACEAE. 
Dipsacus 

chinensis, Batal., 2678. 
inermis, JFaZ/., 4652. 

Morina 

Bulleyana, G. Forrest et D*>fc, 393 
chlorantha, Diets, 2482. 

Delavayi, Franch., 2685. 
sp._, 2184. 

Scabiosa 

Hookeri, C. B. Clarke, 7, 2834. 

Triplostegia 

Delavayi, Franch., 2755, 4 6 4 6 - 
glandulifera, ^a/Z., 2641, 2683. 



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309 



DROSERACEAE. 
Drosera 

peltata, Sm., 1S2, 2742, 4393. 



EBENACEAE 
Diospyros 

Balfouriana, Diets, 4764. 



ELAEAGNACEAE. 
Elaeagnus 

Bockii, Diets, 860. 

lanceolata, Warburg, 519. 
umbellata, Thunb., 2 176, 
4962. 



4774; 



ERICACEAE, 
Agapetes 

Bulleyana, Diets, 1069. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 4189. 

Cassiope 

fastigiata, D. Don, 489. 
selaginoides, Hook. /. et Thorns., 
5064. 

Clethra 

Delavayi, Franch . ; 41 7 1 . 

Craibiodendron 

Forrestii, W. W. Smith, 1143. 

Diplarche 

multiflora, Hook. f t et Thorns., 626. 

Enkianthus 

chinensis,, Franch., 437, 455. 

Gaultheria 

Forrestii, Diets, 4175, 4183. 
Griffithiana, Wight, 4187, 5067. 
Hookeri, Clarke, 5066. 
trichophylla, Royle, 4188, 419°, 

5003. 

Pieris 

• formosa, D. Z)0tt, 5027. 
japonica, D. Don, 446, 2023. 
ovalifolia, D. Don, 429, 436. 1107, 
4i8o ; 4181, 4191. 

villosa, Hook, f., 43 x > 435. 2 442, 
4184. 

Pyrola 

atropurpurea, Franch., 488, 498, 

2442. 
decorata, H. Andres, Z02, 2519, 

4176. 
Forrestiana, H. Andres, 4*77- 
sororia, H. Andres, 5065. 



ERICACEAE — continued 

Rhododendron 

adenogynum, Diets, 2395. 
anthosphaerum, Diels^ 2042. 
aureum, Franch., 4135. 
Balfourianum,, Diets, 4131, 4166. 
Beesianum, Diets, 2323. 

brachyanthum, Franch., 4153. 
brachyanthum, Franch., var. hy- 

polepidotum, Franch., 692. 
brevistylum, Franch., 694, 4162. 

bullatum ; Franch., 508, 4141. 
Bureaui, Franch., 506. 

campylogynum, Franch., 475, 504, 

4151,4152, 

cephalanthum, Franch., 2182. 
cephalanthum, Franch., var. platy- 

phyllum, Franch., 4155. 
chartophyllum, Franch., 4163. 
chartophyllum, Franch., forma 

praecox, Diets, 2030. 
chasmanthum, D1W5, 513. 
ciliicalyx, Franch., 4159. 
crassum, Franch, 4139. 
decorum, Franch., 2 119., 2253, 

4168. 
Delavayi, Franch., 502, 4093. 
dichroanthum, Ztafc, 4*38, 4142, 

4157, 4158, 4165. 
fastigiatum, Franch., 4149. 
floccigerum, Franch., 505. 
Forrestii, fia//. /., 699. 
gymnanthum, Diels, 5071. 
haematodes, Franch., var. caly- 

cinum, Franch., 41 30^ 4161. 
indicum, Sweet, 2282, 4i73,4i73A. 
irroratum, Franch., 2043, 2058, 

4146. 
lacteum, Franch., 2159. 
lacteum, Franch., var. macro- 

phyllum, Franch., 501. 
lepidotum, W0Z/., 2505, 2770. 
lucidum, Franch., 2190, 2222, 
mekongense, Franch., 698. 
microphyton, Franch., 4172. 
neriiflorum, Franch., 4 r 40, 4*44, 

4147, 4164. 

oleifolium, Franch., 4*32, 4*33; 

4169, 4170. 
raeemosum, Franch., 510, 2009, 

2062, 2207, 4*34- 
rubiginosum, Franch., 2050, 2097, 

4156. 
saluenense, Franch., 511. 
sanguineum, Franch., 503, 5073. 
selense, Franch., 5068. 
siderophyllum, Franch., 507, 689. 



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ERICACEAE— continued 
Rhododendron— continued 

Souliei, Franch., 4148, 4150, 4154. 
spiciferum, F ranch., 512. 
spinuliferum, Franch., 509. 
Stewartianum, Diets, 5069. 
sulphureum, Franch., 951, 4143. 
taliense, Franch., 2408; 2409, 4136, 

4160, 4167. 
Thomsoni, Hook. /., var. cyano- 

carpum, Franch., 4137. 
trichocladum, Franch., 4145. 
trichostomum, Franch., 5070. 
uvarifolium, Diets, 5072. 
yunnanense, Franch., 5063. 

sp., 2l8l # 



ERIOCAULEAE. 
Eriocaulon 

Henryanum,M/., 332, 2577,4897, 

5° 2 3- 
sp.,936. 



EUPHORBIACEAE. 
Andrachne 

cordifolia, Muell. Arg., 209, 3095, 
4733- 

Bridelia 

stipularis, Bl., 913. 

Buxus 

sempervirens, Linn., 2436. 

Euphorbia 

Bulleyana, Diets, 2231. 

bupleuroides, Diets, 224, 4596, 

5008. 

glaucopoda, Diets, 962. 
Helioscopia, Linn., 203. 
Jolkini, B(?w., 4595, 4597 . 
megistopoda ; Diets, 2237. 
nepalensis, Boiss., 293. 
Stracheyi, Bm W ., 2165. 
thymifolia, Burnt., 101. 
Wallichii, Hook. f. vel aff., 2^7=: 

Mallotus 



A/weZ/ 



1036 



philippinensis, Jlf w rf/. Arg., 1029 

Mercurialis 

leiocarpa, S*<*. et Zucc, 4598. 

Ricinus 

communis, Linn., 4692. 

Sarcococca 

Hookeriana, 5a/7/ M 53 i 3 



4753,4773- 



4107, 



saligna,M w dZ. Arg., var. chinensis 

Franch., 420. 



GENTIAN EAE, 

Crawfurdia 

Bulleyana, G. Forrest, 839. 
fasciculata, Wall., 2967, 3023, 

5076. 
Trailliana, G. Forrest. 963. 

Gentiana 

albescens, Franch., 460, 2712. 
aprica, Decne., 3823, 4960. 
asterocalyx, Diets, 2415. 
bella, Franch., 2349. 
cephalantha, Franch., 28, 700, 2990, 
3007. 

Clarkei, Kusnezow, 1129. 
crassicaulis, Duthie, 2897. 
cyananthiflora, Franch., 2899, 

3oi7; 3031. 
decorata, £)/>/$, 3021, 3827. 

Delavayi, Franch., 309. 

detonsa, Rottb., 49, 120, 250, 403, 

3026. 
Duclouxii, Franch., 470, 701. 
fastigiata, Franch., 109. 
gentilis, Franch., 2493, 3°37- 
Georgei, DzVfo, 31 10. 
Harrowiana, Dz>/^, 3825. 
heptaphylla, £a//. /. et G. Forrest, 

45. 405. 
leptoclada, Balf. f. et G. Forrest, 

409. 
maeulchanensis, Franch., 3822. 
melandrifolia,Fratt^., 3013, 3048. 
microdonta, Franch., 410, 2957, 

3826. 

microphyta, Franch., 3834. 

ornata, TFaZZ., 408, 3028. 

ornata, Wall., var. alba, Balf. j., 

24, 408A. 
otophora, Franch., 3824. 
phyllocalyx, C/ar^, 401, 402, 3831, 

3832. 
picta, Franch., 354, 413. 
puberula, Franch., 2067. 
rhodantha, Franch., 23, 414. 
rigescens, Franch., 1048, 3091. 
robustior, Burkill, 3833. 
scariosa, iBaZ/. /. et G. Forrest, 

404. 

Serra, Franch., 301, 3040. 
sikkimensis, Clarke, 55, 3829. 
stellariaefolia, Franch., 3020. 
stylophora, CZarfo?, 412, 1057, 3828. 
taliensis, Balf. f. et G. Forrest, 702. 
Trailliana, G. Forrest, 350. 



yunnanensis, 
3019, 3082. 



3°, 4°7> 



Species in Natural Orders 



°ii 



GEHTIANEAE— continued 

Halenia 

elliptica, D. Don, 163, 972, 2811, 

5077. 
elliptica, D. Don, var. grandiflora, 

Hemsl., 325, 326, 1049. 

Limnanthemum 

indicum, Thw., 1883. 
nymphaeoides, Link, 1889. 

Pleurogyne 

Forrestii, Balf. f., 25, 211. 
oreocharis, Diels, 3024. 

Swertia 

bimaculata, Hook. /. et Thorns., 164. 
calycina, Franch., var. major, 

Diels, 2926. 
cordata, Wall., 950, 1103. 
cordata, Wall., forma ? 5075. 
Delavayi, Franch., 162. 
hypericoides, Diels, 2542. 
macrosperma, C. 5. Clarke, 76, 

2942, 3836. 
nervosa, Wall., 206. 
pubescens, Franch., 3042. 
punicea, Hemsl., 27. 
purpurascens, WaZZ., var. violaceo- 

cincta, Franch., 225. 

Veratrilla 

Bailloni, Franch., 230, 3821. 



GERANIACEAE. 
Geranium 

candicans, 7?. Knuth, 1879. 
Forrestii, Knuth, 4282. 
kariense, Knuth, 97. 
nepalense, Sze;., 4279, 4280, 4956, 

4988. 
platylobum (Franch.), R. Knuth, 

132. 

platypetalum, Franch., 66, 4283. 

Pylzowianum, Maxim., 2637. 
strictipes, 7?. Knuth, 2369. 
Vlassovianum, Fisch., 4281. 
Wallichianum, S10., 2562. 

Impatiens 



/ 



A, 2999 



4273, 4278, 453 6a ; 4673- 

Balsamina, Linn., 4276. 
chinensis, Linn., 999. 
clavicuspis, Hook, f., 1003, 1004, 

1006. 
corchorifolia, Franch., 213, 1001. 

cyclosepala, Hook, /., 4271. 



GERANIACEAE— continued 
I mpatiens —continued 

DtX&v&yn, Franch., 117,2702,4196, 

4270. 
desmantha, Hook, /., 2656, 4274, 

4674. 
drepanophora, /ftwA. /. (?), 35. 
Forrestii, //00A. /., 1002,4275. 
pinetorum, Hook, j., 1104. 
polyceras, Hook, /., 483. 
radiata, #00/*. /. et Thorns., 4277. 
stenantha, Hook, j., 4272. 

Oxalis 

Acetosella, Linn., 2144. 
corniculata, Linn., 2970, 4284, 

4285,4977. 
Griffithii, Edgew. et f/00/f. /., 421, 

4286. 
leucolepis, Diels, 4287. 



GESNERACEAE. 
Boea 

arachnoidea, Diels, 929. 

Didissandra 

amabilis, D/e/s, 2689, 43^5 • 
lanuginosa, C. B. Clarke, 2509. 
lanuginosa, C. B. Clarke, var. 

flabellata, Franch., 4804. 
lanuginosa, Clarke, var. lancifolia, 

Franch., 567, 568. 
muscicola, £>*>/*, 5°95- 

Didymocarpus 

slut ea (Franch.), Diels, 4803. 

Oreocharis 

Delavayi, Franch., 5096. 

Roettlera 

Forrestii, Diels, 2510. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 43&6. 
yunnanensis, Franch., f. cleisto- 

gama,4387. 



GNETACEAE. 
Ephedra 

Gerardiana, If a//., var. sikkim- 
ensis, Staff, 2469. 



GRAMINEAE. 
Agrostis 

sp-, 2539, 2878, 49M- 

Alopecurus 

fuivus,S/». l 49 l 3>49 6 5- 



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GRAMINEAE— continued 

Andropogon 

assimilis, Steud., 348. 
contortus, Linn., 890. 
serratus, Thunb., 887. 

Arthraxon 

microphyllus, Hochst., 3086. 

Arundina 

chinensis, Bl., 3016, 4892. 

Arundinella 

nepalensis, Trin., 892. 

villosa, Am., var. himalaica, Hook. 

U 2772, 2796. 

Beckmannia 

erucaeforrnis, Host., 4910. 

Brachypodium 

silvaticum (Huds.), R. et Sch. } 
2538; 2799. 

Bromus 

asper, Murr., 2537. 
sp., 2839. 

Calamagrostis 

arundinacea, Roth, 2798, 2879, 

2880, 
littorea, P. Beauv., 357, 4918. 
sp., 2573. 

Chloris 

barbata (Linn.), Sw., 346. 
virgata, Sw., 352, 361. 

Coix 

Lachryma-Jobi, Linn., 1116, 4921. 

Cynodon 

dactylon (Linn.), Pers., 358. 

Dactylis 

glomerata, Linn., 2773. 

Danthonia 

cachemyriana, Jaub. et Sp., 903, 
904, 2882. 

Digitaria 

sanguinalis(Lmn.),5 , ^/>.,35i,36o. 

Eleusine 

indica (Linn.), Gaertn., 352,, 356. 

Eragrostis 

elegantula, Steud., 349. 
ferruginea (Thunb.), P. Beauv., 
2791, 2881. 

interrupta (Lam.), P. Beauv., 832. 
megastachya, Link, 347. 

Erianthus 

fulvus, Nees, 344, 842, 843. 






GRAMINEAE— continued 

Festuca 

duriuscula, Linn., 2574, 2795. 

ovina, £/«#., 4915. 

sp., 2357, 2536, 2838, 2841. 

Isachne 

australis, R. Br., 4917. 

Manisuris 

granulans, Linn, /., 856. 

Miscanthus 

nepalensis (Trin.), Hack., 343, 
1028. 

Neyraudia 

madagascariensis, Hook, /., 846. 

Panicum 

colonum, Linn., 345. 

Phyllostachys 

bambusoides, Sieb. et Zucc, 4923. 

Poa 

sp., 2792,4912. 
Pollinia 

quadrinervis, Hack., 841. 

Setaria 

sp., 359- 

Sporobolus 

indicus (Linn.), R. Br., 891. 

Themeda 

triandra, iws&., 888, 889. 

Gramineae unnamed, 818, 840, 
844, 845, 2793, 2794, 2797, 
2840, 2877, 4916, 4919, 4922. 



HAEMODORACEAE. 
Aletris 

Delavayi, Franch., 4824. 
lanuginosa, Bur. et Franch., 2138, 

4825,4955. 
sp., 4827. 

Ophiopogon 

dracaenoides, Hook, f., 333, 3057, 

4768,4835. 

japomcus, Ker-Gawl., 246, 2263. 

Wallichianus, Hook, f., 2158, 2405, 
4819, 



HALORAGEAE. 
Haloragis 

micrantha, R. Br., 3109. 

Myriophyllum 

spicatum, Linn., 1887. 



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313 




HAMAMELIDEAE. 
Corylopsis 

yunnanensis, Diels, 3098, 4095 , 
473* 



HYDROCHARIDEAE. 
Boottia 

yunnanensis, Gagnep., 1876, 2038, 
2845. 

Hydrocharis 

Morsus-ranae ; Zi»n., 1884. 



HYPERICINEAE. 
Hypericum 

Ascyron, Linn., 80. 

elodeoides, Choisy, 829, 2701, 

4296, 4297, 4298. 
japonicum, Thunb., 4299. 
Lalandii, Choisy, 5097, 5098. 
monanthemum, Hook, /., var. 

nigro-punctatum, Franch., 2553. 

patulum, Thunb. ex Franch., 417, 
2425. 43°°- 



ILICINEAE. 



Ilex 



corallina, Franch., 859. 
dipyrena, Wall, vel aff., 4682. 
Pernyi, Franch., 1072. 



IRIDEAE. 

Belamcanda 

chinensis (Linn.), Lent., 255. 

Iris 

Collettii, Hook, /., 2205, 4840. 
Delavayi, Micheli, 1895, 484 *• 
Forrestii, Dykes, 2426. 
japonica, Thunb., 1898, 5094. 
Potanini, Maxim. (?), 2404. 
ruthenica, Dry and., 2218. 
tectorum, Maxim., 2094. 
sp,, 4841A. 



JUNCACEAE. 



Juncus 



allioides,i<Vam:A., 2418, 2364., 4899. 
Clarkei, Buchenau, 247. 
Clarkei, Buchenau vel aff., 4904. 
concinnus, D<?w, 340, 2572, 4911* 
crassistylus, Camus, 1897, 5074. 
himalensis, Klotzsch, 4909. 



JUNCACEAE— ccw*zVw^ 
Juncus— continued 

longistamineus, Camus, 279. 
Przewalskii, Buchenau, 2917. 
sikkimensis, //00&. /., 341, 4894. 
sphenostemon, Buchenau, 4906. 
Thomsoni, Buchenau, 2148. 
sp., 342, 2248. 

Luzula 

campestris, DC, 2278, 4902. 
effusa, Buchenau, 4895. 



LABIATAE. 
Ajuga 

campy lantha, Diels, 2700. 
decumbens, Thunb., 4525. 
Forres tii, Diels, 2133. 
lupulina, Maxim., var. major, 

DzV/s, 2448. 
macrosperma, Wall., 596. 
remota, Benth., 4524. 

Amethystea 

coerulea, Linn., 93, 2485. 

Calamintha 

Cavaleriei, Leveille, 4538. 
chinensis, Benth., 4522. 
chinensis, Benth., var. megalantha, 

D/ri$, 2476. 
discolor, Diels, 4527. 
nepalensis, Fisch. et Af *y, 4529. 
umbrosa, Benth., 584, 2309, 4528. 

Chelonopsis 

odontochila, £>/>/•», 22, 600. 

Coleus 

wulfenioides, Df^/5 ; 126. 

Colquhounia 

decora, Dzg/5, 327A. 

vestita, Wall., var. mollis, Pram, 

620, 627, 4533. 

Dracocephalum 

bullatum, G. Forrest, 2730. 
tanguticum, Maxim.,60^ 605, 3033. 
urticifolium, Miq., 4536. 

Elsholtzia 

blanda, Benth., 847. 
Bodinieri, Vaniot, 586, 2997. 
communis (C0ZZ. et HetnsL), Diels, 

628, 831. 
cristata, Benth., 622. 

flava, Bw/A., 5 2 3> 4693- 
heterophylla, D*W$, 934. 
incisa, Benth., 830. 
kachinensis, JPraiw, 585, 946. 



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LABIATAE— continued 
Elsholtzia— continued 

Labordei (Vaniot), Diels, 878. 
luteola, Diels, 625. 
pilosa, Benth., 583^ 947. 
polystachya, Benth., 629. 
Souliei ; Leveille, 268 1, 4759- 
tristis, Leveille vel aff. ? 4694. 

Eriophyton 

Wallichianum, Benth., 2909. 

Lamium 

amplexicaule, Linn., 2046, 454°; 
4964. 

Leonurus 

sibiricus, Linn., 2524, 4534- 

Leucas 

ciliata ; Benth., 1021. 
ciliata, Benth., var., 4537. 

Leucosceptrum 

canum, Sm., 923. 

Lophanthus 

rugosus, Fisch. et Mey., 2826, 4530. 

Marrubium 

incisum, Benth., 594, 4957. 

Mentha 

arvensis, Linn., 2559, 2560; 4531. 

Microtaena 

Delavayi, Prain, 1040. 

Nepeta 

lamiopsis, Benth., 2666. 
Stewartiana, Diels, 598, 2960. 
tenuiflora, Dz>/^ ; 2657. 
Wilsoni, Duthie, 2601. 

Origanum 

vulgare, Linn., 2528, 4532. 

Orthosiphon 

sp., 474. 

Perilla 

ocymoides, Linn., 871. 

Phlomis 

betonicoides, Diels, 2307. 
bracteosa, Royle, 621, 2489. 
Forrestii, Diels, 45 5 8a. 
Franchetiana, Diels, 4558. 
megalantha, Diels, 2540. 

Plectranthus 

adenanthus, Diels, 4557. 
Bulleyanus, DzVZs, 4554. 
Forrestii, Diels, 2851. 
irroratus, G. Forrest, 2507, 2850. 
Labordei (Vaniot), Diels, 630, 1035. 
leucanthus, Djrf^, 595. 



LABIATAE— continued 
Plectranthus— co ntinued 

macranthus, Hook. /., 961. 
megathyrsus, DiVZs, 897. 
moslifolius, Leveille, 587. 
oreophilus, Diels, 2564. 
pleiophyllus, Dfds, 2333. 

phyllopodus, D*>fc, 4555; 455 6 - 
phyllostachys, Diels, 624. 
sculponeatus, Vaniot, 597. 
striatus, Benth., 18. 
ternifolius, D#w ; 1007, 1043. 

Pogostemon 

elsholtzioides, Benth., 875. 

Prunella 

vulgaris, Linn., 2285, 4526. 

Salvia 

Bulleyana, Diels, 4546. 
castanea, Diels, 2938. 
digitaloides, Diels, 2031. 
flava, G. Forrest, 2262, 4545, 4547- 
flava, G. Forrest, var. megalantha, 

Dz>/5 ; 6o2 ; 2548. 
Forrestii, DieZs, 4548. 
hians, Royle, 2919. 
hylocharis, Diels, 2394, 
japonica, Thunb., var. parvifoliola, 

HenisL, 4544. 
miltiorrhiza, Sg^._, 2047 , 4543. 
plebeja, R. Br., 4542. 
trijuga, Diels, 65, 2813. 

Scutellaria 

amoena, Wright, 607 ; 2083, 4541. 
Forrestii, Diels, 2281. 
likiangensis, D*d$, 2424. 

Stachys 

cordifolia, Prain, 4539. 
Franchetiana, Leveille, 2483. 
Sieboldii, M^., 861, 4523. 

Teucrium 

quadrifarium, Ham., 1068. 

Labiate 

sp., 582, 588. 



LAURINEAE. 
Lindera 

communis, Hemsl., 1074. 
glauca, Bl. vel aff., 4778. 
(?) sp., 4712. 

Litsea 

citrata, BL, 5002. 
Forrestii, Diels, 374. 
sericea (Wall.), Hook. f. vel aff., 
375. 376, 378- 



Species in Natural Orders 



3i5 



LAURINEAE— continued 

Machilus 

mekongensis, Diels, 370, 372 

Laurineae 

sp. ; 2091. 



LEGUMINOSAE. 
Albizzia 

Julibrissin, Dur., var. mollis, 
Benth., 4239. 

Apios 

carnea (Wall.), Benth., 4225. 

Astragalus 

brachycephalus, Franch., 1127. 
camptodontus, Franch., 2745. 
coelestis, Diels, 2221. 
dolichochaete, Diels, 2608. 
nigrescens, Franch., 2379. 

sinicus,Zift«., 4222, 4987. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 2750. 

Bauhinia 

densiflora, Franch,, 385, 2720, 
.4228, 4229,4230. 

Caesalpinia 

japonica, Sieb. et Zucc, 2001. 

Caragana 

Franchetiana, Komarow, 1121, 

1123, 2114. 
tibetica, Komarow vel aff., 2270. 

Cassia 

mimosoides, Linn., ion. 

Crotalaria 

albida, Heyne, 4221. 
assamica, Benth., 981. 
capitata, Benth., 1059, 4223. 
sessiliflora, Linn., 1090. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 2439, 4224. 

Dalbergia 

mimosoides, Franch., 4220. 

Desmodium 

cinerascens, Franch., 2517. 
floribundum, D#n aff., 4243, 4246, 

4247. 
Griffithianum, Benth., 4236. 

hispidum, Franch., 1042. 

parvifolium, DC, 4254, 4255; 

4994. 
rhabdocladum, Franch., 4226. 

Scalpe, DC, 11 18. 

Dumasia 

cordifolia, Benth., 820, 898. 
Forrestii, Dz>k, 11 24. 



LEGUMINOSAE— continued 

Erythrina 

arborescens, Roxb., 4250. 

Flemingia 

congesta, Roxb., 1082. 
strobilifera, Roxb., 910. 

Gleditschia 

Delavayi, Franch., 4751. 

Glycine 

hispida (Moench.), Maxim., 4263. 

Glycyrrhiza 

echinata, Linn., 2355. 

Gueldenstaedtia 

yunnanensis, Franch., 1122, 2161. 

Hedysarum 

sikkimense, Benth.. 2744. 

Indigofera 

chaetodonta, Franch., 4234. 
chaetodonta, Franch., var., 2099. 
Gerardiana, Wall., 4235. 
leptosepala, Diels, 2651. 
pendula, Franch., 2197, 2431. 
pendula, Franch., var., 425 1,4258. 
sp., 1112. 

Kummerowia 

striata (Thunb.), Schindler, 499. 

Lathyrus 

palustris, Linn., 2034A, 4261, 

4981. 
pratensis, Linn., 2035. 

Lespedeza 

Balfouriana (Diels Mss.), Schindler, 

4241. 
Feddeana, Schindler, 152. 
Forrestii, Schindler, 2416. 
hirtella, Franch., 2497, 2717, 

4245- 
polyantha (Franch.), Schindler, 

iS3; 4237; 4244; 4248, 5 OI 4- 
sericea, M^., 154, 3054. 4242. 

trigonoclada, Franch.. 103. 
velutina, Dunn, 6, 

Lotus 

corniculatus, lift*., 1120, 2041, 
4260, 4990. 

Medicago 

lupulina, Linn., 4240. 

Melilotus 

parviflora, Desf., 450. 

Millettia 

cinerea, Benth., 4238. 
Harrovviana. Diels, 1874. 



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LEG U M I NOS A E— continued 

Mucuna 

montana, Diets, 2697. 

Oxytropis 

yunnanensis, Franch., 2925. 

Parochetus 

communis, Hamilt., 150, 497°- 

Phaseolus 

multiflorus, Willi. } 4257. 
radiatus, Linn., 4262. 

Piptanthus 

nepalensis, D. Don, 5086. 
tomentosus, F ranch., 15 1 ; 2108. 

Pueraria 

edulis, Pampanini, 149. 
peduncularis, Grah., 4259. 
peduncularis . Grah.,v&r. violacea, 

Franch., 1058. 
Thunbergiana, Benth., 4256. 

Shuteria 

anomala, Pampanini, 915, 1128, 

2438,4249- 
involucrata, W. et A., 1119, 

Smithia 

yunnanensis, Franch., 930, 4687. 

Sophora 

flavescens, Ait., 4233. 
japonica, Linn., 4227. 
viciifolia, Hance, 11 26, 

Vicia 

amoena, Fisch., 2643, 4231. 
dichroantha, Diets, 2443. 
sativa, Linn., 451, 5015. 
tridentata, Bunge (?), 2471. 






unijuga, A. Br., 1102, 2488, 4252, 
4253- 

Vigna 

vexillata (Linn.), Benth., 4232. 



LENTIBULARIEAE. 

Utricularia 

multicaulis, Oliver, 2968. 
Wallichiana, Wight, 4893. 
Wallichiana, Wight, var. firmula, 
Oliver, 2969. 



Allium 



LILIACEAE. 



Bulleyanum, Diets, 1052, 5079, 
5080. 

chinense, Don, vel A. Thunbergii, 
Don (?), 2593. 



LILIACEAE— continued 
Allium— continued 

cyaneum, /?*gd, 253, 3029. 
Forrestii, Diets, 3038. 
polyastrum, Diets, 254, 3066 , 3088, 
polyastrum,, Diets, var. platy- 

phyllum, Diets, 2994. 
Prattii, C. #. Wright, 2781. 
rhynchogynum, Dxrfs, 267. 
rubellum, M.B., 107. 
rabellum, A/.B. (?), 2459. 
victoriale, Linn., 4832, 
victoriale, Linn., var., 2595, 
victoriale, Linn., var. angusti- 

folium, if 00k. j., 2891. 
yunnanense, JO^te, 914, 2871, 

3049; 4833- 

Asparagus 

filicinus, Ham., 2321. 



urn 



Franch 



86. 



platystemon, Diets, 2698. 
stenostachyum, Diets, 2893. 

Clintonia 

udensis, Trauiv. et M^y, 269, 
2406, 4834. 

Disporum 

pullum, Salisb., 2251, 4815, 4816, 
4817. 

Diuranthera 

major, Hemsl., 4831. 

minor, C. H. Wright ex Hemsl., 

2979; 4830. 

Eremurus 

chinensis, 0. Fedtsch., 5081. 

Fritillaria 

cirrhosa, D. Don, 490, 515, 2217. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2179, 2 3 J 3* 
Souliei, Franch., 495, 497. 

Hemerocallis 

Forrestii, Diets, 2512. 
fulva, Ziwn., 2400, 2632, 4836. 
fulva, Linn., var* angustifolia, 
Baker, 492, 1896* 

Hosta 

coerulea (Andr.), Tratt., 2737. 

plantaginea (Lam.), Aschers, 893, 
5082. 

Lilium 

apertum, Franch., var. tibeticum, 

Franch., 457, 493. 
Brownii > Mielle, 1891, 3010. 



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Lilium — continued 

Delavayi, Franch., 1893, 2433. 
giganteum. Wall., 1894. 
lophophorum, Franch., 2390. 
ochraceum, Franch., 2869, 4813. 
papilliferum, Franch., 496, 2692. 
sutchuenense, Franch., 494. 
taliense, Franch., 2716. 
Thomsonianum, Lindl., 2766, 

9 3843A. 
tigrinum, Ker-Gawl., 4814. 

tigrinum, Ker-Gawl., x L. tenui- 

folium, Fisch. (?), 2803. 

Lloydia 

Delavayi, Franch. (?), 2219. 

Forrestii, Diets, 1892. 

serotina, Reichb., var. unifolia, 

Franch., 458, 2183. 
tibetica, Baker, var. purpurascens., 

Franch., 2315. 
yunnanensis; Franch., 2747. 

Nomocharis 

pardanthina, Franch., 3845. 
pardanthina, Franch., var. alba, 

3 8 44. 

Oligobotrya 

Henryi, Ba^^r, 252, 2280, 4820, 
4823. 

Paris 

polyphylla, Sm., 2252. 
quadrifolia, Linn., var. davurica, 

i 7 ^., 4853- 

Polygonatum 

curvistylum, Hua, 2259, 5084. 

Delavayi, Hua, 4837- 
fuscum, #«a, 2344, 4838. 
sibiricum, Delar., 21 18. 
Stewartianum, Diets, 2185, 2239. 
uncinatum, Diets, 4839- 

Smilax 

discotis, Warb., 116, 2180. 
menispermoidea, Z)C ; 2105, 4793- 
polycolea, Warb., 852. 
polycolea, Warb. vel aff. ; 4792. 
rigida, Wall., 4785. 
tortuosa, Dzds, 3099. 
vaginata, Decne., 4779- 

Streptopus 

amplexifolius, DC., 248, 249, 4818, 
48 1 8 a. 

Theropogon 

pallidus (Wall.), Maxim., 1899. 



LILIACEAE— continued 

Tofieldia 

divergens, Bur. et Franch., 78. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 4S26, 4828. 
yunnanensis, Franch. vel aff. ; 

2393- 

Tovaria 

yunnanensis ; Franch., 2279, 4821, 
4822. 

Trillium 

Tschonoskii, Maxim., 25 1 ; 4802. 

Veratrum 

stenophyllum, Diets, 2635, 3039, 



4663. 



LINEAE. 



Anisadenia 

pubescens, Griff., 591, 3104. 

Linum 

perenne, Linn., 2057. 

Reinwardtia 

r trigyna, Planch., 315, 318, 4660. 



LOGANIACEAE. 
Buddleia 

adenantha, Diets, 4736. 
agathosma, Diets, 593. 
asiatica, Lour., 615. 
brachystachya, DzV/s, 1076. 
Forrestii, Diets, 979, 4666. 
macrostachya, Benth., var. yunn- 

anensis, £>#/>., 2599. 
myriantha, Diets, 912, 4760. 
officinalis, Maxim., 2, 686 ; 4728, 

5019. 

Mitreola 

oldeniandioides, Wall., 953. 



LORANTHACEAE. 
Loranthus 

Balfourianus, Diets, 543, 2215 

caloreas, Diets, 2600. 
Delavayi, van Tiegh., 540. 
Scurrula, Imn. (?), 526. 
vestitus, Wall., 524. 
sp., 614. 

Viscum 

articulatum, Burnt., 542. 



LYTHRARIEAE, 
Lagerstroemia 

indica ; Linn., 4289. 



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LYTHRARIEAE— continued 

Rotala 

rotundifolia {Ham,), Koekne, 566. 
4462, 4982. 

Lythrum 

Salicaria, Linn., 560, 2612. 

Punica 

Granatum, Linn., 4392. 



MELASTOMACEAE— continued 
Osbeckia — continued 



MAGNOLIACEAE. 
Illicium 

yunnanense, Franch., 4106, 4701. 

Magnolia 

conspicua, Salisb., 140. 
obovata ; Thunb., 2174. 

Michelia 

Wilsonii, Finet et Gagnep., 4105. 

yunnanensis, Franch., 482. 
yunnanensis, Franch., var. angusti- 
folia, Fin. et Gagnep., 2104. 

Schizandra 

axillaris, Hook f. et Thorns., 2122. 
chinensis, Baill., 4797, 4797A. 



MALVACEAE. 
Abutilon 

sinense, Oliv., 424, 5026. 

Althaea 

rosea, Cav., 452. 

Bombax 

rnalabaricum, DC., 4681. 

Hibiscus 

ForrestiL Diets, 993. 
Manihot, Linn., 4295. 
mutabilis, Linn, /., 918. 
pungens, Roxb., 869. 
syriacus, Linn., 441, 4288. 
Trionum, Linn., 432, 3036. 

Malva 

sylvestris, Linn., 4292. 
verticillata, Linn., 448, 4291. 

Sida 

rhombifolia, Linn., 4293. 

Urena 

lobata, Linn., 4294. 



MELASTOMACEAE. 
Osbeckia 

capitata, Be;//// . , 4394. 
chinensis, £/>/>/. , 834, ioiia. 



cnnita, Benth., var. yunnanensis, 

Cogn., 4395. 

nepalensis, Hook, /., 874. 

Oxyspora 

paniculata, DC, 836, 1038. 
serrulata, D*>fc, 960, 992. 

Sarcopyramis 

nepalensis, W#//., 971. 

Sonerila 

tenera, R. Br., 1092. 



MELIACEAE. 
Melia 

Azedarach, Linn., 2002. 

Walsura 

trijuga (Roxb.), Harms, 1075 



MENISPERMACEAE. 
Stephania 

Delavayi, Diets, 2460. 



MONOTROPACEAE. 
Monotropa 

hypopithys, Linn., var. lanuginosa, 

Michx., 2585. 
uniflora, Linn., 801. 



MYRICACEAE 

Myrica 

Nagi, Thunb., 4605. 
sp., 4194- 



MYRSINEAE. 
Ardisia 

crispa, ^4. DC, 806. 

Embelia 

floribunda, Pfa//., 1065. 
prunifolia, Mez, 821. 

Myrsine 

africana, Linn., 418, 4192, 4193. 

semiserrata, Wall., 544, 573^ 4706 
sp., 4703. 

Rapanea 

yunnanensis, Mez, 945. 



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MYRTACEAE. 
Eugenia 

tetragona, Wight, 954. 



NAIADACEAE. 
Potamogeton 

Tepperij A. Benn., i886 ; 2644 

Triglochin 

palustre, Linn,, 2467. 



NYCTAGINEAE. 

Mirabilis 

Jalapa, Linn., 4737. 



NYMPHAEACEAE 

Nelumbium 

speciosum, Willd., 4697. 



OLACACEAE. 
Schoepfia 

jasminodora, Sieb. et Zucc, 390, 



2054. 



OLEACEAE. 
Chionanthus 

retusus, Lindl., 556,, 2027. 

Jasminum 

Beesianum, G. Forrest et Diets, 

2021. 
grandifiorum ? Linn., 4683. 

humile, Linn., 2082, 4659. 
officinale, Linn., 577, 2151. 
polyanthum, Franch., 4658. 
primulimim, HemsL, 575^ 4657. 

Ligustrum 

brachystachyum, Decne., 4654. 
ionandrum, Diets, 2196. 
lucidum, Ait., 2494. 
thibeticum, Decne. (?), 4656. 

Osrnanthus 

fragrans, Lour., 576, 3100, 4743. 

Syringa 

yunnanensis, Franch., 2294, 2636, 
4655- 



ONAGRARIEAE. 
Circaea 

alpina, Linn., 562, 2922, 4748 
cordata, Royle, 2754. 
mollis, Sieb. et Zucc, 1054. 



ONAGRARIEAE— continued 

Epilobium 

angustifolium, Linn., 2759, 4457. 
Forrestii, Diets, 4460. 
himalayense, Hausskn., 2490, 

2589, 2894, 4463. 
hirsutum, Linn., 2613, 4461. 
laetum, Wall., 2820, 4464. 
pannosum, Hausskn., 425, 2975. 
sikkimense, Hausskn., 2491, 4459 

SP V 4458. 

Jussieua 

suffruticosa, Linn., 11 10. 

Ludwigia 

prostrata, Roxb., 26. 

Trapa 

natans, Linn., 561, 1877. 



ORCHIDEAE. 
Anthogonium 

gracile, Lindl., 894. 

Bletilla 

hyacinthina (Sm.), Rchb. f., 4891. 

Bulbophyllum 

thibetense, Rolfe, 232. 

Bulleyia 

yunnanensis, Schltr., 4879. 

Calanthe 

buccinifera, Rolfe, 2495. 
Delavayi, Finet, 2496; 4872. 
undulata, Schltr., 2345. 

Cephalanthera 

falcata, Lindl., 2188, 4870. 

Cirrhopetalum 

amplifolium, JfoZ/e, 958, 970, 11 17 
emarginatum, Finet, 925. 

Coelogyne 

corymbosa, Lindl., 4880. 

Cymbidium 

Forrestii, i?^//^ 415. 
grandiflorum, Griff., 240, 4857. 
longifolium, Don, 4856. 
pumilum, 7?0//<?, 233. 
virescens, Lindl., 328. 

Cyperorchis 

elegans (Lindl.), BL, 335, 964. 

Cypripedium 

arietinum, R. Br., 2198. 
corrugatum, Franch., 2322. 
ebracteatum, Rolfe, 4855. 
fasciolatum, Franch., 2429. 
luteum, Franch., 2341. 



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ORCHIDEAE— continued 
Cypripedium — continued 

margaritaceum, Franch., 2264. 
tibeticum, King, 157. 

Dendrobium 

Bulleyi, Rolfe, 1091. 
clavatum, Wall., 1142, 4881. 

Epipactis 

consimilis, Don, 2454. 
Royleana, LindL, 2430; 4873. 

Eria 

acervata, LindL, 176. 

Eulophia 

Faberi, Rolfe, 2093. 

Goodyera 

Schlechtendaliana, Rchb. /., 4874. 

Gymnadenia 

conopsea, R. Br., 142. 
pseudo-diphylax, Kranzlin. 2972, 
4885. 

Habenaria 

acuifera, LindL, 185. 
Aitchisoni, Rchb. f., 2704, 2739. 
Bulleyi, Rolfe, 895. 
Delavayi, Finet, 2677, 4888. 
diceras, Schltr., 3074. 
diplonema, Schltr., 2812. 
Duclouxii, 7?tfZ/£, 906. 

ensifolia, LindL, 263. 
Forrestii, Schltr., 2875. 
glaucifolia, Swr. £/ F ranch., 2746. 
Miersiana, Champ., 256, 257. 
Orchidis, #00& /., 2650. 
pectinata, Aw, 2807, 4884. 

Hemipilia 

brevicalcarata, Finet, 4868. 
flabellata, Bur. et Franch., 102, 
2844. 

Forres tii, 7?0Z/<?, 865. 
Henryi, /?#//<?, 4890. 
yunnanensis (Finet, pro var.), 
Schltr., 2397. 

Herminium 

angustifolium ; Benth., 2784, 2876, 

4877. 
coeloceras, Schltr., 4878. 

forceps, Schltr., 3075. 

Forrestii, Schltr., 2590. 

ophioglossoides, Schltr., 2466. 
Souliei, i?0//<?, 4864. 

unicorne, Kranzlin, 2583. 

yunnanense, JifoZ/tf, 907. 

Liparis 

Forrestii, 7?^//^ 261. 
longipes ; LindL, 926, 1032. 



ORCHIDEAE— co ntinued 

Microstylis 

yunnanensis, Schltr., 2627. 

Neottia 

grandiflora, Schltr., 2652. 
micrantha, LindL, 2274. 

Orchis 

basifoliata, Schltr., 2544. 
Forrestii, Rolfe, 136, 204. 
Giraldiana, Kranzlin, 2368, 4867 , 

4875- 
latifolia, Linn., 4887. 

spathulata, i?^&. /., 4886. 
tetraloba, Schltr., 4862, 4863. 

Oreorchis 

foliosa, LindL, 167, 168. 
micrantha, LindL, 2472. 
patens, LindL, 2287, 2288. 

Platanthera 

Henryi, Z?0Z/e, 2787. 
iantha, Wight, 259. 
interrupta, Maxim., 4861. 
japonica, LindL, 2586, 4866. 
stenostachya, LindL, 165. 
Susannae, LindL, 264. 

Pleione 

Delavayi, 7?t?Z/^, 4858. 
Forrestii, Schltr., 4859. 
grandiflora, TfoZ/*, 4860. 
Henryi, /?#//£, 2346. 
praecox, Z)<m, 851. 
yunnanensis, i?tf//tf, 265, 5012. 
sp., 4871, 4889. 

Pogonia 

yunnanensis, Finet, 4854. 

Saccolabium 

distichum, LindL, 3101, 4722. 

Sarcanthus 

filiformis, LindL, 161. 

Satyrium 

ciliatum, Wight, 4^6. 
nepalense, Z). Don, 144, 965, 996. 



setchuenicum, KranzL, 
4882. 

yunnanense, /foZ/e, 143. 



3053 



Spathoglottis 

Fortunei, LindL, 4883. 
pubescens, LindL, 71. 

Spiranthes 

australis, LindL, 166. 
chinensis (Pers.), Ames, 2883, 
2892, 3056, 4865, 4869. 

Trichosma 

suavis, LindL, 4976. 



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The Royal Botanic Garden 
List of Staff at October 
Rules and Regulations 
Historic Notice - 

Regius Keepers 

Principal Gardeners from 1756 
Features of the Garden. With Key Plan - 
Teaching in the Garden 
Enumeration of Visitors, 1S85 



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Tibet "in the Years 1904, 1905, 1908. 
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(continued) . • - - . 

Catalogue of the Specie- a . ranged in Alphabetical 
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Title (with date of publication of separate numbers). 
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Corridors, 

O Inar „ Plant, 

* OrcWds, 

* Tropical PUota, 

Q topics] Fern*. 

Plants and Pitch* 



O Museum. 

P I aKoratortc*. 

Q Large Lecture ffaJI. 
ff I ibrarv. 

8 Herbarium. 

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V Gentlemen's La»ar.^-. 






X Point for View of the City. 

Y Business Office. 

2 Refim Keeper's Office. 



I Heath, .^d Hardwoods. IT PV 

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K Hromoliads, 
L Indoor Reckerv. 
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PLAN OF THE ROYAL BOTANIC 



Area of Garden, 57-648 Acres. 
Above Sea level-Hiehest nnm* 



OCTOBER 10,3. 



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THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN, 

EDINBURGH. 









The Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, is one of three 
Gardens maintained by the State in the United Kingdom, the 

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others being the Royal Gardens at Kew in England, and 
the Glasnevin Garden at Dublin in Ireland. It occupies an 
unequally-sided quadrilateral area of 57*648 acres (bounded upon 
all sides by public roads and dwelling-houses J on the north side 
ot Edinburgh — about a mile from the shore of the Firth of 
Forth. Its highest point, at Inverleith House — the official 
residence of the Regius Keeper of the Garden — towards the 
north-west, is 109 feet above sea-level, and thence the ground 
falls away on all sides. The lowest point — a depression 48 feet 
above sea-level, with an east and west trend through the middle 
of the Garden — is the site of an old bog, and the ground rises 
again to the south of the depression. The surface soil is generally 
alluvial sand resting on clay at considerable depth. In the lower 
part of the area the clay comes to the surface. 

There are two entrances to the grounds — one upon the east 
side from Inverleith Row into the Garden, the other upon the 
west side from Arboretum Road into the Arboretum. The 
entrance to the Laboratories, Lecture Halls, Library, and to 

the Office for Garden business is from Inverleith Row. 

The Garden is open daily from 9 a.m. on Week-days and 

from 11 a.m. on Sundays until sunset. 

The Plant-Houses are open from I p.m. until 5.30 p.m., 

or until sunset if this be earlier. 

The Museum is open on Week-days from 9 a.m. until 

5 p.m. and on Sundays from 1 p.m. until sunset. 

The Herbarium is open on Week-days from 9 a.m. 

until 5 p.m., excepting on Saturday, when it is open until 

1 p.m. 

The Library is open on Week-days from 9 a.m. until 

10 p.m. 

The Office for transaction of business with the Public and 
with Tradesmen is open on Week-days from 9 a.m. until 

5 p.m., excepting on Saturday, when it is open until 1 p.m. 

[Notes R.B.G., Edin., No. XXXV, October 1913.] 1000 




Staff of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, 

at October, 1913. 



Regius Keeper . 



Assistant Keeper 
Assistant in Museum 
Assistant in Herbarium 
Assistant in Library . 



Assistant in Laboratory- 
Head Gardener 
Plant Propagator 
Photographer and Artist 
Assistant Head Gardener 
Foreman of Arboretum 



Isaac Bay ley Balfour, 

M.A., M.D, F.R.S. 

William Wright Smith, M.A. 



Harry Frank Tagg, F.L.S. 

John Frederick Jeffrey. 

James Todd Johnstone, 

M.A, B.Sc. 

Matthew Young On*. 

Robert Lewis Harrow. 

Laurence Baxter Stewart. 

Robert Moyes Adam. 

Samuel Stewart. 

Alexander Johnstone. 



Foreman of Glass Department 
Foreman of Herbaceous Department 
Medical Officer 






James John Campbell. 

. Charles Dyker. 
. James Wilson, M.D. 






RULES for the Royal Botanic Garden and 

Arboretum in connection with the Regula- 
tions prescribed by "The Parks Regulation 
Act, 1872." 



1. No unauthorised Person may ride or drive in this Garden 
or in the Arboretum, and no Wheelbarrow, Truck, Bath- chair, 
Perambulator, Cycle, or other Vehicle or Machine, is allowed to 
enter, except with the written permission of the Keeper. 
Children under ten years of age are not admitted unless 
accompanied by a Parent or suitable Guardian. 

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2. No Horses, Cattle, Sheep, or Pigs are allowed to enter. 

3. No Dogs are admitted. 

4. No Bags, Baskets, or Parcels, no Flowers, and no imple- 
ments for games may be brought in ; Artists and Photographers 
may not bring in their Apparatus without written permission 
from the Keeper. 

NOTE. — The foregoing Rules shall not apply to persons going 

to or leaving Inverleith House by the road leading from 
the Arboretum Road Gate to the House. 

5. Visitors are to enter and leave the Plant- Houses by the 
Doors according to the Notices affixed thereon. 

6. Smoking is not allowed in the Plant-Houses. 

7. No Person shall touch the Plants or Flowers. 

8. Picnics and luncheon parties are not allowed. 

9- No unauthorised Person shall Drill or practise Military 
Evolutions or use Arms or play any Game or Music, or practise 
Gymnastics, or sell or let any Commodity. 

10. No unauthorised Public Address may be delivered in the 
Garden or Arboretum. No Performance or Representation either 
spoken or in dumb show shall be given in any part of the Garden 
or Arboretum, unless by permission of the Commissioners of His 
Majesty's Works and Public Buildings. No Person shall use 
any obscene, indecent, or blasphemous words, expressions, or 



iv Rules and Regulations 



gestures, or do any act calculated to provoke a breach of the 
Peace, in the course of, or in connexion with, any speech, 
address, performance, recitation, or representation. No money 
shall be solicited or collected in connexion with any performance, 
recitation, or representation, except by permission of the Com- 
missioners of His Majesty's Works and Public Buildings. 

II. Large parties must be broken up to prevent crowding. 

i 2. Climbing the Trees, Railings, or Fences is forbidden. 

13. Birds'-nesting, and taking, destroying, or injuring Birds 
or Animals are forbidden. 

14. The distribution of Handbills, Advertisements, and other 
Papers by the Public is forbidden. 



Dated the 28th day of April 1904. 



Sealed with the Common Seal of the Commissioners of His 

Majesty's Works and Public Buildings. 



SCHOMBERG K. M'DONNELL, /^\ 

Secreta,y. M 



Historic Notice. 



In the year 1670 a small portion of ground, known as St. Ann's 
Yards, lying to the south of Holy rood House, and usually let to 
market gardeners by the Hereditary Keeper of Holy rood House, 
was occupied by two eminent Edinburgh physicians, Andrew 

Balfour and Robert Sibbald, for the making of a Physic 
Garden, and James Sutherland was appointed to the " Care of 
the Garden." This was the foundation of the Royal Botanic 
Garden of Edinburgh, which is therefore, after that of Oxford 
(founded in 1632), the oldest in Great Britain. The Garden 
was stocked with plants from the private Garden of Dr. Andrew 
Balfour, in which for some years he had been accumulating 
medicinal plants, and also in great measure from that at 
Livingston in West Lothian, the laird of which, Patrick Murray, 
was much interested in the growing of useful plants. Shortly 
thereafter, but at what precise date has not yet been ascertained, 
Sutherland became custodian of the Royal Garden, which lay on 
the north side of the Palace, and it became a Physic Garden for 
instruction, whilst the original plot in St. Ann's Yards was, 

apparently, given up. 

In 1676 the same physicians acquired from the Town Council 
of Edinburgh a lease of the Garden of Trinity Hospital and 
adjacent ground for the purpose of a Physic Garden in addition 
to the Garden already existing at Holyrood, and they appointed 
the same James Sutherland (i639?-i7i9) to be " Intendant" of 
this Garden. The site of this Garden, which for convenience of 
reference may be called the Town's Botanic Garden, was the 
ground lying between the base of that portion of the Calton Hill 
upon which the prison is built and the North Bridge, and it is 
now occupied by a portion of the Waverley Station of the North 
British Railway. The name Physic Garden attached to a street 
in the vicinity is a reminiscence of the existence of the Garden at 

this spot 

About 1702 another Botanic Garden was established in 

Edinburgh in the ground immediately adjacent to the College 



vi Historic Notice. 



Buildings, apparently on the site of the present South College 
Street. This was the College Garden, and of it James Sutherland 
became also custodian. 

Thus in the early years of the eighteenth century there were 
in Edinburgh three distinct Botanic or Physic Gardens — one 
at Holyrood, the Royal Garden; one around Trinity Hospital, 
the Town's Garden ; and one beside the College, the College 



Garden 



j 



Sutherland from the first made use of the Royal Garden for 
giving "instruction in Botany to the Lieges," and received a royal 
warrant appointing him Botanist to the King in Scotland, and 
empowering him to "set up a Profession of Botany" in this 
Garden. When the Town's Garden was created the Town 
Council appointed him to lecture on Botany as Professor in the 
Town's College, now the University of Edinburgh. In 1683 he 
published his " Hortus Medicus Edinburgensis, or a Catalogue 
of the Plants in the Physical Garden at Edinburgh," from which 
and from other published notices we learn that between two and 
three thousand plants were in cultivation. There are no data 
available from which to determine how these plants were distri- 
buted between the several Gardens at the date of publication of 
Sutherland's catalogue. 

In 1706 Sutherland resigned the care of the Town's Garden 
and the College Garden as well as his Professorship in the 
University, but, remaining King's Botanist, he retained the care 
of the Royal Garden at Holyrood. Charles Preston (1660-17 1 1) 
was appointed his successor by the Town Council, and there were 
thus established rival Gardens and rival Professors of Botany in 
Edinburgh. Charles Preston was succeeded in 1 7 1 2 in his offices 
by his brother George Preston (1659-1749). Neither of the 
Prestons had ever the care of the Royal Garden. 

Sutherland's appointment as King's Botanist, Keeper of the 
Roya Garden, and Regius Professor of Botany was held during 
the pleasure of the Sovereign, and on the death of 
m 17 H he was not continued in office by George 1. 

In 1715 William Arthur (1680-17,6) received a com- 
mission as successor to Sutherland, but as he was implicated in 
an unsuccessful T * • - r 

the office long. 

He was succeeded in 1716 by Charles Alston (1685-1760). 

In 1724 the College Garden, having fallen into disorder, was 



Q 



Jacob 



Historic Notice. 



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Vll 



Wat 









turned to other uses; and in 1729, George Preston having retired, 
the Town Council appointed, as his successor in the charge of the 
Town's Garden and as Professor of Botany in the University, 
Charles Alston, who as King's Botanist had already the charge' 
of the Royal Garden and was Regius Professor of Botany. 
Through him, after separation for a quarter of a century, the 
Royal Garden and the Town's Garden were again combined 
under one Keeper, and the Regius Professorship of Botany and 
the University Professorship were similarly united. They have 
so continued to the present time. 

In 1763, the Royal Garden and the Town's Garden proving 
too small and otherwise unsatisfactory, John Hope (1725-1786), 
who had succeeded Alston in his offices in 1761, proposed a 
transference of the two to a more congenial site in which they 
could be combined. At first it was intended to secure ground 

on's Hospital — the area upon which 
much of the present Royal Infirmary is built — but this not being 
possible, five acres of ground to the north side of Leith Walk, 
below the site now occupied by Haddington Place, were chosen. 
As Hope proposed to transfer the collections in the Royal Garden 
to the new Garden he was able to secure the support of the 
Treasury to his scheme, and the selected ground was leased in 
name of the Barons of Exchequer. At the same time the Town 
Council agreed to contribute £25 annually to the support of the 
Garden, this sum being the amount of rent expected from the 
letting of the old Town's Garden. The plants from both 
Gardens were transferred to the ground at Leith Walk, and 
from this date there has been only one Botanic Garden in 
Edinburgh. The site thus secured for the Garden proved, 
however, only a temporary one. 

Daniel Rutherford (1749-18 19), who in 1786 succeeded 

Hope in his offices, cast about him for a spot in which more 
ground would be available for the extension of the Garden; 
and eventually in 181 5 nine and a half acres of the land lying 
to the east of Holyrood Palace, and forming the ground of 
Belleville or Clockmill, was fixed upon as a site. This selection 
gave rise to controversy which was prolonged, and Rutherford 
died before any arrangements for the transference of the Garden 
had been made. 

Robert Graham (1 786-1 845), his successor, appointed in 
1820, preferred the more open site of the Inverleith property 



viii Historic Notice. 



which the Garden now occupies, and fourteen acres of the Field 
or Park of Inverleith, known as Broompark and Quacaplesink, 
were purchased by the Barons of Exchequer from Mr. James 
Rocheid, its owner, in 1820, the lease of the Leith Walk Ground 
being sold. By 1823 all the plants had been transferred to the 
new Garden. 

In 1858, during the Keepership of John Hutton Balfour 
( 1 808-1 884), who succeeded Graham in 1845, a further addition, 
by purchase from the proprietor of Inverleith, of a narrow belt of 
two and a half acres was made to the Garden on the west side ; 
and in 1865 the Caledonian Horticultural Society having resigned 
to the Crown its lease of the ten acres of adjoining ground which 
it had occupied since 1824 as an experimental Garden, this 
ground was also made part of the Botanic Garden. Finally the 
present area of the Garden was completed in 1876, when the 
Town Council purchased from the Fettes Trustees twenty-seven 
and three-quarter acres of Inverleith property on the west side of 
the Garden and transferred it to the Crown for the purpose of 
making an Arboretum in connection with the Garden ; the Crown 
at the same time purchased Inverleith House and two and a half 
acres of additional ground. 



Alexander 



Q 



Botanist, Regius Keeper and Professor, and held these appoint- 
ments until his death in 1887. During his term of office the 
Arboretum was opened to the public. 

Surrounded as it now is on all sides by public roads, no 

further extension of the Garden upon its present site can be 
made. 




ius Keepers (R.K.) 

from the 



Foundation of the Garden 



James Sutherland 



William Arthur . 



Charles Alston . 



John Hope . 



Daniel Rutherfori 



Robert Graham 



John Hutton Balfour 



Alexander Dickson 



Isaac Bayley Balfour. 



Born 1639? 

R.K. 12th January, 1699.* 
Not confirmed, 17 14. 
Died 24th June, 17 19. 

Horn September, 1680. 
R.K. 10th May, 1715. 
Died 1716. 



Bom 24th October, 1685. 
R.K. 30th June, 17 16. 

Died 22nd November, 1760. 



Born 10th May, 1725. 
R.K. 13th April, 1 761. 
Died 10th November, 1786 



Born 3rd November, 1749. 
R.K. 20th December, 1786. 

Died 1 5th December, 1 8 1 9. 



Born 7th December, 1786. 
R.K. 31st January, 1820. 
Died 7th August, 1845. 



Born 15th September, 1808. 
R.K. 8th November, 1845. 
Retired 1880. 
Died Ilth February, 1884. 



Born 2 1st February, 1836. 
R.K. 28th April, 1880. 
Died 30th December, 1887 

Born 31st March, 1853. 
R.K. 5th April, 1888. 



* This is the date of a Royal Warrant from William in., and no earlier one 



has been found. 



Principal Gardeners (P.G.) from th 



Year 1756 



(The Names of those preceding Williamson are not yet known.) 



John Williamson 



Malcolm M'Coig 



Robert Menzies . 



John Mackav 



George Don . 



Thomas Sommerville 



William M'Nab 



James M'Nab. 



John Sadler 



Robert Lindsay 



Adam Dewar Richardson 



Robert Lewis Harrow 



P.G. 1756? 

Died September, 1780. 

P.G. 1st January, 1782? 
Died 25th February, 1789. 

P.G. 1st October, 1789. 
Died 22nd January, 1800. 

Born 25th December, 1772. 
P.G. February, 1800. 
Died 14th April, 1802. 

Born October, 1 7 64 ? 
P.G. 1st October, 1802. 
Resigned 3 1 st December, 1 806 
Died 1 5th January, 1 8 1 4. 

Born 1783 ? 
P.G. 1807? 
Died 17th March, 18 10. 

Born 1 2th August, 1780. 

P.G. April, 1 8 10. 

Died 1st December, 1848. 

Born 25 th April, 18 10. 
P.G. 1st January, 1849. 
Died 19th November, 1878. 

Born 3rd February, 1837. 
P.G. 13th January, 1879. 
Died 9th December, 1 882. 

Born 7th May, 1846. 
P.G. 3rd March, 1883. 
Retired 31st March, 1896. 
Died 24th September, 1913- 

Born 1 2 th September, 1857- 
P.G. 1st April, 1896. 
Resigned 31st May, 1902. 

Born 26th March, 1867. 
P.G. 1st June, 1902, 






Features of the Garden. 



The method through which the Garden was built up by 
successive additions resulted in an absence of combination 
between its several parts, in great measure a consequence of want 
of adequate funds to make the necessary alterations in the 
grounds. During the past twenty-three years, in which the 
Garden has been wholly under the administration of the Com- 
missioners of H.M. Works, the bringing about of this combination 
has been in progress. The work is not yet completed, and the 
Plan of the Garden which is attached to this sketch shows the 
area of the Garden as it is laid out at this date — October, 191-3. 
Future editions will show further changes as the work of re- 
construction proceeds. 

From its foundation the Botanic Garden has been devoted to 
the teaching of Botany, and its usefulness in this respect has 
determined the laying out of its area. 

Herbaceous Garden. — A considerable space is occupied by 
a collection of herbaceous plants arranged for study in natural 
orders. 

Rock Garden. — There is an extensive rockwork upon which 
alpine and rarer herbaceous plants are cultivated. 

Arboretum. — The whole of the western area of the Garden 
is in process of arrangement as an Arboretum of trees and 
shrubs, and the positions of some of the chief genera are indicated 
on the plan. The Coniferae are now placed in the ground 
adjacent to the Rock Garden. 

Herbaceous Border. — Along the North Boundary of the 
Arboretum a mixed Herbaceous Border has been planted. 

The Plant-Houses are still in process of reconstruction. 
So far as they have been rearranged at the present time they 
consist of a long range to the north of the herbaceous collection, 
composed of a Central Green-house (C), from the sides of which 



run 



east and west In the Entrance Porch (D) to 
the Central Green-house is a collection of Insectivorous Plants. 
From the Eastern Corridor two houses project to the south — one 



xii Features of the Garden. 



(A) occupied by Plants of Dry Regions, the other (B) containing 
Economic Plants of both Tropical and Temperate Regions. To 
the south side of the Western Corridor are attached two houses 
one (E) for Orchids and one (F) for Plants of Tropical and 
Warm Regions. The western end of the Corridor opens into a 
domed house (G) for Ferns of Tropical Regions which are planted 
out, and attached to it are two houses running southwards, one 
of which (H) is occupied by Tropical Plants — Pitcher Plants are 
also cultivated in this house — and the other (I) is used for Heaths 
and Hardwooded plants. From the northern wine of this 



domed 



(J) 



of Tropical and Warm Regions, specially Aroids, Scitamincae, 
Liliaceae, and Amaryllidaceae. Out of this opens the house (K) 
for Bromeliads ; and in another house (L) opening from this is a 
rockery for plants that do not thrive well in the open. Behind 
the western end of the Front Range there is a Temperate House 



(M) 



Adjoining Inverleith Row is a group of buildings including 

Museum (0), the Laboratories (P), the Lecture Hall (Q), 

i, and the Office (Y), for transaction of business 



with the Public. 

The Museum 



a series of exhibits illustrating the 



ged so as 



m 



form and life-history of plants, and these are 
facilitate their use in teaching. 

The Library contains over sixteen thousand volumes. The 
leading botanical and horticultural periodicals are taken and may 
be consulted like the other books by the public. Books are not 
lent from the Library. 

* m 

—In the southern portion of the Garden is the 
Herbarium (S). It contains a fair representation of the Floras 
of the world. 

Ladies' Cloak-Rooms are at (T) and (T). Gentlemen's 

Lavatories will be found at (V) and (V). 

From the higher ground of the Arboretum— at the point 
marked (X) on the plan—a fine panoramic view of the City of 
Edinburgh, flanked on the east by Arthur's Seat, and on the 
west by the Pentland Hills, is obtained. 






Teaching in the Garden. 



In the year 1892 the Board of Agriculture, then recently 
established in England, assigned a small grant to the Royal 
Botanic Garden towards the institution of a Course of Instruction 
in the Sciences underlying the Practice of Horticulture and 
Forestry for the benefit of young men desiring to become 
gardeners and foresters. The fact deserves record because it 
marks the introduction in Scotland of a systematised effort to 
provide scientific instruction to practical men in Gardening and 
Forestry. 

The Course of Instruction has been carried on since. The 
following schedule — copies of which may be obtained by applica- 
tion to the Regius Keeper — indicates the terms upon which 
young men are at present admitted to the Course : — 



Admission of Probationers. 

1. The First Commissioner of His Majesty's Works is willing 
to consider applications from boys and young men intending to 
become Gardeners or Foresters who may wish to serve for a 
period in the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. 

2. The number of boys and young men who can be so 

admitted is limited. 

3. Such entrants will be in the position of Probationers, as a 
special class in the service of the Garden. Their work will be 
such as may be assigned to them and they will work under all 
the regulations in force in the Garden. 

4. Applicants must be unmarried and not over 25 years of age. 

5. Each Applicant must furnish a medical certificate of 
fitness and a recommendation and certificate of character from 
a person of position to whom the Applicant is well known, and 
if the Applicant is or has been previously in a situation, a 
certificate from the present or last employer must be forwarded. 
Applicants who have had practical experience in Gardening or 
Forestry must state the amount of this and also if they have had 
experience of cultivation of plants under Glass. 



xiv Teaching in the Garden. 



6. Probationers will have the opportunity of attending a 
Course of Instruction in the Sciences underlying the practice and 
the principles of Horticulture and Forestry free of charge and 
they must attend the course, and also use the Library and 
Reading Room of the Garden. The subjects of Instruction, 
which are arranged in a curriculum extending over from two and 
a half to three years, are : — Botany, Chemistry, Entomology, 
Geology, Meteorology, Physics, Surveying and Mensuration, 
Bookkeeping, Horticulture, and Forestry, and these are taught 
practically as far as possible. 

7. At the conclusion of the Course of Instruction the Pro- 
bationer will in ordinary course give place to a new entrant 

8. Any Probationer who does not show satisfactory progress 

in studies or who does not give satisfaction otherwise, will be 
removed. 

9. A grant in aid (subsistence allowance) will be given to 
each Probationer. The amount given to a Probationer at admis- 
sion will depend upon his age, experience, and capacity. The 
minimum will be at the rate of ten shillings a week, and the 
maximum at the rate of twenty-one shillings a week. Pro- 
bationers who receive at entrance less than the maximum may, 
after admission, receive increments in relation to fitness and merit 
alike in the work of the Garden and in the Course of Instruction. 

10. There is a regulation allowance during absence on sick 
leave. 

1 1. Holiday leave to the amount in all of eight working days 
in the year, in addition to Christmas Day, New Year's Day, 
Victoria Day, Spring and Autumn Holidays, is allowed after six 
months' service. 

1 2. Probationers may be called upon to work on Sundays and 
will receive remuneration for such work on a recognised scale. 

1 3. Probationers will wear when at work a grey flannel shirt 
with turn-over collar of the same material, and a blue serge suit 
of clothes ; in the Glass and Herbaceous Departments an apron 



after pattern at the Garden must be worn. 

14- Applicants must distinctly understand that the times of 
duty of Probationers are such as may be necessary, that admission 
as a Probationer is only an ordinary weekly hiring subject to a 
week's notice from any day, and subject to instant dismissal in 
case of misconduct, with subsistence allowance up to date of dis- 
missal only, and does not entitle to any superannuation or to any 






y 



Teaching in the Garden. 



XV 



compassionate or other allowance at the termination thereof, 
excepting such allowance or gratuity as might be awarded under 
the Superannuation Act, 1887 (Sees. 1 and 4), or any Act or 
Acts amending the same. Further, in the event of any injury 
happening to a Probationer in respect of which compensation 
would be payable under the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1 906, 
any sick pay which may be granted will be inclusive of such 
compensation payable under the Act in question, and an amount 
equivalent to such compensation will be deducted from any pay- 
ment to dependants should the injury terminate fatally. 

15. Boys or young men desiring admission as Probationers 
must fill up, in their own handwriting, the form below, and 
return this paper addressed to 

The Regius Keeper, 

Royal Botanic Garden, 

Edinburgh. 



16. Applicants will be informed if their names have been 
entered for admission, and on a vacancy occurring will receive 
notice thereof. Should there be no vacancy within six months 
from the date of application, it must be renewed if the Applicant 
still desires to work as a Probationer in the Royal Botanic Garden. 
If not renewed the applicant's name will be removed from the 
waiting list. 

17. The First Commissioner desires to impress upon appli- 
cants that he grants this privilege in the expectation that Pro- 
bationers will earnestly endeavour to make use of and profit by 
the opportunities of acquiring knowledge placed within their 
reach, and will recognise that it is incumbent upon them at the 
same time to perform with zeal the duties assigned to them. 



Form 



bationers in the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. 



Name of Applicant 



Add 



ress 



Date of Birth 



Birthpl 



forester or Gardener 




Name and address of present (or last) employer 






I 



xvi Teaching in the Garden. 



Length of time in present situation 

Previous situations and length of time in each (Gardeners to state 

amount of their experience in cultivation of plants under 



Glass) 



Signature of Applicant 

Date 



Lectures to the Public. 

The Regius Keeper from time to time gives lectures which 
are open to the public. 



Research. 

The Laboratories are open to anyone desirous of under- 
taking Botanical Research. 



Specimens for Private Study. 

Specimens for private study are supplied, as far as the 
resources of the Garden will permit , to visitorSj teachers> and 
students who make written application to the Regius Keeper. 
Application forms may be obtained at the office of the Garden. 



Botanical Department 



of the 



University of Edinburgh. 



For more than a century and a half the offices of Regius 
Keeper of the Botanic Garden and Professor of Botany in the 
University of Edinburgh have been held by the same person, and 
it has become the custom that the students of the University 
come to the Garden for instruction in Botany. The whole work 
of the Botanical Department of the University is carried out in 
the Garden by the University Staff, which at this date is 
constituted as follows : — 

Professor of Botany . . . . Isaac Bayley Balfour, 

M.A., M.D., F.R.S. 

Assistant and Lecturer on Botany . Robert Chapman Davie, 

M. A., B.Sc. 

Assistant and Lecturer on Forest 

Botany .... Albert William Borthwick,D.Sc. 

Assistant and Lecturer on Mycology . Malcolm Wilson, D.Sc. 

Assistant and Lecturer on Plant 

Physiology .... Edward Holmes Smith, B.Sc. 

Assistant and Tutor in Botany . Thomas Matthews Finlay, 

M.A., B.Sc. 



B 



Enumeration of Visitors to the Royal Botanic 
Garden, Edinburgh, during the Years 1889-1912 



On the 1st of April 1889, the control of the Royal Botanic 



Garden, Edinburgh, was vested 



in the Commissioners of His 



Majesty's Works, and the Garden became subject to the " Act 
for the Regulation of the Royal Parks and Gardens, 1872." 
From the date specified the Garden has been opened to the 
public on Sundays, and also for an extended period on Week- 
days. The table below shows the number of visitors to the 
Garden 



on Sundays and Week-days respectively during 



the 



twenty-four years which have elapsed since the Garden was 
transferred to the Commissioners of His Majesty's Works : 




Total 

on 

Sundays. 



7,535.873 



on a 
Sunday. 



• t « 



Smallest 
X umber 

on a 
Sunday. 



• • « 



Total 



180,762 

2 30,I95 
2 33>540 
218,972 

259,339 

252. in 
219,831 
203,480 
184,790 
202,262 

236,503 
247.232 

226,471 
250,874 

271,776 

253,551 
305,528 

251,309 
243,065 

288,382 

347,o88 

288,780 

330,694 



5,98^690 



bers in this year for nine months only. 



Largest 
Number 

on 

a Week 

Day. 



3^34 



\ * * 



• 9 • 



Smallest 
Number 

on 
a Week 

Day. 



• • • 



Species in Natural Orders, 



321 



ORCH1DEAE- continued 

Thunia 

venosa, Rolfe, 266. 



OROBANCHACEAE. 
Boschniackia 

himalaica, Hook. f. et Thorns., 
2383, 4520. 

Orobanche 

ammophila, C. A. Meyer, 589, 590. 
epithymum, DC. ex Clarke, 2771. 



PAPAVERACEAE. 

Corydalis 

Balfouriana, Diets, 67, 68. 
Bulleyana, Diels, 2249. 
cheirifolia, Franch., 2388, 2728. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2387. 
gracilis, Franch., 2825. 
heterocentra, Diels, 4382. 
homopetala, Diels, 4379. 
micropoda, Franch., 4975. 
ophiocarpa, Hook. f. et Thorns., 

43 8 °. 
oxypetala, Franch., 4383, 4384. 

pachycentra, Franch., 2389. 

pulchella, Franch., 2227. 

stenantha, Franch., 486, 2381. 

taliensis, Franch., 2247. 

tibetica, #00&. /. et Thorns., var. 

pachypoda, Franch., 2 191. 
yunnanensis, Franch., var. mega- 
lantha, Diels, 223, 292, 2597, 

438i. 

Dicentra 



838. 

rulosa, #00^. / 
2828. 



/ 



Hypecoum 

leptocarpum, //tffl/e. /. et Thorns., 
2089. 

Meconopsis 

Delavayi, Franch., 2272, 2272A. 
Forrestii, Pram, 2314. 
Henrici, Buit^t Franch., 459. 
Henrici, Z?"\ et Franch., forma, 



1 



1999. 

ntegrifolia, Franch., 2284. 
lancifolia, Franch., 469, 950. 
rudis, Prain, 2623. 
speciosa, Pram, 468. 



PHYTOLACCACEAE. 

Phytolacca 

acinosa, Roxb., 96, 261 1, 4794. 



PIPERACEAE. 
Houttuynia 

cordata, Thunb., 4801. 

Peperomia 

reflexa, A. Dietr., 4765. 



PITTOSPOREAE. 
Pittosporum 

heterophyllum, Franch., 383, 2084 
pauciflorum, Hook, et ^4rw., 3097. 



PLANTAGINEAE. 
Plantago 

major, Linn., 4591, 4968. 



PLUMBAGINEAE 
Ceratostigma 

Griffithii, Clarke, 601, 3107. 

Plumbago 

zeylanica, Linn., 1882. 



POLYGALEAE. 
Polygala 

arillata, Ham,, 433. 868 ; 2 7 22 > 

4264. 
japonica, Houtt., 228, 2367, 43 26 > 

4996. 
persicariaefolia, DC, 235. 

sibirica, Ziww., 236. 
triphylla, Ham., 901. 

Salornonia 

cantoniensis, Lour., 31. 



POLYGONACEAE. 
Fagopyrum 

cvmosum (Trev.), Metssn., 2609. 
cymosum, Meissu. vel aff., 3012. 
esculentum, Moench., 45 86 - 

Oxyria 

elatior, JF. l& 2 5 2 3- m 
sinensis, /?'" t, 2086, 45 88 - 



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322 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



POLYGON ACE AE— continued 

Polygonum 

alatum. Ham., 2557^ 4578. 
alatum, Ham., var. parviflorum, 
vel pedunculare, Wall., forma, 

938.. 
amplexicaule, Don, 2606, 4565, 

4581. 

auriculatum, Meissn., 1064. 
aviculare, Linn., 4583. 



Meissn 



calostachyum, Diets, 241. 



2676. 
mpan 
4566. 



I, 2470 



/ 



capitatum, Ham., 5004. 
chinense, Linn., forma, 4563. 
chinense, Linn., var. brachiatum, 
Meissn., 817. 

Convolvulus, Linn., 2648. 
cyanandrum, Diets, 2670, 2923. 
delicatulum, Meissn., 900, 4568. 
Emodi, Meissn., 4572. 

Emodi, Meissn., var. dependens, 
Diels, 2761. 

Forrestii, Diels, 38, 291 1, 4590. 
gracihpes, Hemsl., 4575. 
japonicum, Meissn., 2998. 
jucundum, £>?>&, 4576. 
lapathifolium, Linn., 4582, 4584. 

lapathifohum, I?*nn., var. nodosum 
(Pers.), 2827. 

leptopodum, Diels, 202,, 26151 
4570. ** ' 

oliganthum, Diels, 2985. 
orientale, Linn., 1083, 4579- 
paleaceum, Wa//., 986, 4980. 
pamculatum, Bl., 4567. 
plebejum, R. Br., 4560, 4969. 
polystachyum, Wall., 69. 
polystachyum, IFcH., var. pubes- 

cens, Meissn., 2821. 
radicans, Hemsley, 4569. 
rude, Meissn., 1060. 
runcinatum, //am., 9 n, 22p3j 



4577 

sphaerostachyum, Meissn. 
2208, 2435. 

sphaerostachyum, Meissn. 
1900, 4573. 

subscaposum, Diels, 4559. 
suffultum, Maxim., 2186 

4585. 

Walhchu, Meissn., 4580. 
sp. aff. paniculatum, PA 4 c;6i 
s Pv4574- ° ' 



208, 



var., 



457i, 



POLYGONACEAE -continued 

Rheum 

Delavayi, Franch., 2743. 
Emodi, Wall., 2356, 4589. 
Forrestii, Diels, 2463. 

Rumex 

Acetosa, Linn., 2740. 
hastatus, Dow, 397, 4587. 
maritimus, Linn., 3096. 
obtusifolius, Linn., 4958. 



PONTEDERIACEAE. 

Monochorea 

hastaefolia, Pre si, 1019. 
vaginalis, PraJ, var. plantaginea, 
Solms, 1878. 



PRIMULACEAE. 
Androsace 

alchemilloides, Franch., 2228. 
Chamaejasme, Hosi., 477, 18 10. 
Bulleyana, G. Forrest, 108. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2319. 
erecta, Maxim., 121, 2738. 
mucronifolia, IFatf, 2127. 
spinulifera {Franch.), Knuth, 2081. 

Lysimachia 

barystachys, Bunge, 2515. 
bracteata, G. Forrest, 571. 
Candida, Lindl., sub-spec, eucan- 

dida, R. Knuth, 456. 
Candida, Lindl., sub-sp. micro- 

phylla, Franch., 3840, 4103, 
4104. 

Candida, Lindl. vel. aff., 3838. 
congestiflora, Hemsl. vel aff., 
3842. _ 

Delavayi, Franch., 4120. 
deltoidea, TFt'g/zr, var. cinerascens, 

Franch., 2265, 3843. 
drymariaefolia, Franch., 3841. 
Hemsleyana, Maxim., 82. 

humifusa, P. #ww/A, 2068. 

lichiangensis, G. Forrest, 2352. 
longisepala, G. Forrest, 426. 
violascens, Franch., 447, 3839. 
S P v 383 7 • 

Primula 

amethystina, Franch., 1806. 
and rosacea, Pax, 31 x. 
angustidens, Pax, 355, 1819. 
Beesiana, G. Forrest. 2194- 
bella, Franch., 480^ 1803, 1813, 

2 399- 

brevifolia, G. Forrest, 476. 



Species in Natural Orders. 



323 



PRIMULACEAE— continued 
Primula — continued 

Bulleyana, G. Forrest, 2440, 2449. 
calliantha, Franch., 1820. 
capitata, Hook., 46, 303. 

Clementinae, G. Forrest, 2059. 

coerulea, G. Forrest, 18 14. 

cortusoides, Linn., var. lichiangen- 

sis, G. Forrest, 2275. 

Delavayi, F ranch., 4097. 

delicatula, Dunn, 1804. 

denticulata, $m. f 1402, 1801, 
4096. 

dryadifolia, Franch., 478. 
Forrestii, Balf. /., 21 17. 
Franchetii, Pax, 685. 
Henrici, Bur. et Franch., 308. 
Listen, /£Ywg, 1815, 4101. 
Littoniana, G. Forrest, 2655. 
malacoides, F ranch., 399, 399 a, 
1802. 

malvacea, F ranch., 2779. 
membranifolia, F ranch., 1809. 
minutiflora, G> Forrest, 310. 
muscarioides, Hemsl., 306, 313. 
nivalis, Pallas, var. macrophylla 

(Don), Paw, 2128, 2254. 
nutans, Delavay, 72. 
obconica, Hance, 312. 
petiolaris, Wa//., var. sulphurea, 

Hook, /., 304. 
pinnatifida, Franch., 2398. 
Poissoni, Franch., 2120. 

pseudo-denticulata, Ptf#, 307,391, 

1818, 2037, 2153. 
pseudo-sikkimensis, G. Forrest, 

2642. 

pulchella, Franch., 2480. 
septemloba, Franch., iSxi, 2276. 
serratifolia, Franch. nee ex Pax 
^ Monogr., 181 6, 2974, 4100. 

sikkimensis, Hook., 400, 
sonchifolia, Franch., 1808, 2167. 
sonchifolia, Franch., var. albiflora, 

1812. 
spicata, Franch., 1807. 
taliensis, G. Forrest, 1805. 
vincae flora, Franch., 2234.. 
vittata, J3w. et Franch., 2283. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 181 7. 

s P-> 305. 479. 1806A. 



RANUNCULACEAE. 



m 



acaule (Fmrf et Gagnep.), Diels, 
280, 3089, 4691, 



RAN U NC U LAC E AE— continued 
Acomtum— continued 

brachypodum, Diels, 3044. 

brevicalcaratum (Fm. et Gagnep. 

sub tit. var.), Diels, 2777, 
Bulleyanum, /)*>/$, 4372. 
contortum, Finet et Gagnep., 4370. 
Delavayi, Franch., 4371. 
Delavayi, Franch., var, leiocar- 

pum, ftw. et Gagnep., 984. 
jucundum, Z)zV/s, 4369. ' 



Souhei, fm^ et Gagnep., 270. 
transsectum, D/rfj, 2868. 
venatorium, Diels, 826, 883, nor. 
volubile, Pall.. 2865. 
sp. f 290. 

Adonis 

brevistyla, Franch., 2506. 

Anemone 

coelestina, Franch., 2129, 2289, 
Delavayi, Franch., 4349. 



7 

43 66 > 43 6 7- 



/ 



demissa, #0<?£. /. et Thorns., var. 

villosa, Ulbrich, 2098. 
flaccida, F. Schmidt, 2455. 
japonica, .SzV#. et Zw^., 1010. 
japonica, Sieb. et Z«££., var. ele- 

gans, Deem., 2936, 4347. 
japonica, Sieb. et Z«#., var. genu- 

ina, Ulbrich, 4361. • 
obtusiloba, Do??, 160, 2064. 
obtusiloba, !><w, var. coerulea, 

Ulbrich, 2152. 
rivularis, Haw., 174, 449> 20o8 > 

2040, 2242, 4348. 
rupicola, Camb., 2552. 
trullifolia, Hook. f. et TTwms., var. 

campestris, Diels, 2232, 2634. 
trullifolia, Hook. /., et 77wm., 

var. holophylla, Diels, 2166, 

2226. 

Aquilegia 

vulgaris, Linn., 2332, 435 1 - 

Callianthemum 

cachemirianum, Camb., 2298. 

Caltha 

palustris, Linn., 135, 2209, 2213, 
palustris. Linn., var. umbrosa, 



435° 



D*V/s, 2479 



Cimicifuga 

foetida, UM.| 5H, 982, 2605, 



439 



1. 



324 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



RANUNCULACEAE— continued 

Clematis 

Armandi, Franch., 193, 49 8 5- 
Buchananiana, DC., 1045. 
chrysocoma, Franch., 2006, 2428. 
Delavayi, Franch., var. spinescens ; 

Balj. f., 92. 
fasciculiflora, Franch., 156, 179^ 

47i, 4353- 
Gouriana, Roxb., 2715, 435^- 

grata, Wall, 217, 260, 2419, 4355- 

Henryi, Oliv., 824. 

lasiandra, Maxim., 3065. 

montana, Haiti., 2017, 2020, 2085, 

2246, 4354, 4358, 4359- 
montana, Ham., f. grandiflora, 

189, 416. 
nutans, Royle, 2775. 
pterantha, Dunn, 4686. 
ranunculoides, Franch., i8o ; 302, 

3064. 

trullifera, Finet et Gagnep., 175, 
2941. 

urophylla, Franch., 106 1. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 3022, 4357. 

Delphinium 

Bulleyanum, G. Forrest, 2694. 

ceratophorum, Franch., 2660, 
2763, 2898. 

Delavayi, Franch., 231, 2604, 2861, 

2862, 2963, 4368, 5090. 
Forrestii, Diels, 3030. 

grandiflorum, Linn., 183, 262, 
2982, 3027. 

likiangense, Franch., 2903. 
micropetalum,Fz'tt. et Gagnep. ,221. 
mosoynense, Franch., 2866. 
yunnanense, Franch., 2977, 3035. 

Isopyrum 

grandiflorum, Fisch., 5099. 

Oxygraphis 

glacialis, Bunge, 2200. 

Paeonia 

Delavayi, Franch., 2101. 
lutea, Franch., 4352. 

Ranunculus 

affinis, R. Br., var. capillacea, 

Franch., 2913. 
affinis, R. Br., var. flabellata, 

Franch., 2245, 4378. 
affinis, R. Br., var. tcrnata, 

Franch., 4377. 
diffusus, DC., 4375. 
diffusus, DC, f. mollis, Wall, 4376. 
hirtellus, Royle, 2617. 



RANUNCULACEAE— continued 
Ranunculus— continued 

hydrophilus, Bge., 2135. 
japonicus, Langsd., 1047. 
pensylvanicus, Linn., 2962, 4 X 97; 

4374- 
pulchellus, C. ^. Mey., 2065. 

sceleratus, Linn., 4373- 
yunnanensis, Franch., 2291. 

Souliea 

vaginata {Maxim.), Franch., 2261. 

Thalictrum 

alpinum, Linn., 2411, 2955. 
cultratum, IFaZZ., 2378, 4363, 4364. 
Delavayi, Franch., 244, 245, 2337, 

2412,4362,4365. 
javanicum, B/., 2310. 
leuconotum, Franch., 2316. 
tofieldioides, D/rfs, 2149. 
trichopus, Franch., 2478. 
virgatum, #00&. /. et Thorns., 

237, 2150. 

Trollius 

patulus, Salisb., 271, 281, 2342. 



RHAMNEAE. 
Berchemia 

I 

yunnanensis, Franch., 2134. 

Paliurus 

australis, Gaertn., var. orientalis, 
Franch., 201. 

Rhamnus 

dahurica, P#ZZ., 2072. 

persica, Boiss. ex Franch., 2063, 

4723- 

Sageretia 

theezans {Linn.), Brongn., 4*9- 

Zizyphus 

Jujuba, Lam., 1094. 
vulgaris, Lamk., 4763. 



ROSACEAE. 

Agrimonia 

pilosa, Ledeb., 2706, 4426. 

Cotoneaster 

acuminata, Lindl., 2301. 
angustifolia, Franch., 25 n. 
Francheti, ito/s, 4428. 
hebephylla, DzVZs, 283, 21 10 
horizontalis, Decne., 4465. 
insculpta, Dftb, 800. 
microphylla, IFaW., 2223. 



Species in Natural Orders. 



325 



ROSACEAE- ww^'m^ 
Cotoneaster — continued 

pannosa, Franch., 2514. 
thymifolia, Hook, /., forma coch- 

leata, F ranch., 231 1. 
verruculosa, Diels, 4427. 

Crataegus 

crenulata, Roxb., 4431. 
Henry i, Dunn, 4430, 4432. 

Fragaria 

indica, Andr., 2077, 4419, 5007. 
nilgerrensis, SchlL, 4418, 4984. 
vesca, Linn., 2201. 

Geum 

elatum, Wall., var. humile, Royle, 
2212. 

strictum, Ait., 2501, 4423, 4424. 

Kerria 

japonica, DC., 227, 4421. 
japonica, DC, f. fl. pi., 2025. 

Neillia 

gracilis, Franch., 1871, 2244. 
sinensis, Oliv., 554. 

Osteomeles 

anthyllidifolia, LindL, 147, 4417. 

Photinia 

Franchetiana, Diels, 487. 
integrifolia, LindL, 4710. 
lasiogyna, Franch., 445. 
salicifolia, Presl, 5091. 

Potentilla 

albifolia,' Wall., 2579. 
anserina, Linn., 2092, 2272B. 
articulata, Franch., 2950. 
chinensis, Ser., 2525. 
concolor, Rolfe, 56, 2326. 
coriandrifolia, Dan, var. dumosa, 

Franch., 4409. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2671. 
eriocarpa, pfo#., 2727. 
fruticosa, Linn., 119, 2334, 2437, 

2 723; 4412. 
fulgens, Wa#., 158, 181, 4413. 
Kleiniana, W. et A., 4408. 

Leschenaultiana, &>r., 148A, 4415, 
4416, 5022. 

Leschenaultiana, Ser., var. con- 
color, Franch., 4420. 

leuconota, Don, 2462, 4414. 

peduncularis, Don (?), 441 1. 

peduncularis, Don, var. obscura, 
ff<w>*. /., 2445. 

oaundersiana, Royle, var. Jacque- 
montii, Franch., 2211. 



ROSACEAE — continued 
Potentilla— continued 

stenophylla (Franch.), Diels, 2924. 
supina, Linn., 4410, 5010. 

Poterium 

ftliforme, Hook, /., 320, 2007. 
officinale, Benth. et Hook. /., 125, 

2453,4425. 

Prinsepia 

utilis, Royle, 146, 4974. 

Prunus 

Maximowiczii, Rupr., var. adeno- 

phora, Franch., 599, 2073. 
Mume, 5zV#. et Zucc, 462. 
Puddum, Roxb., 1067. 

triloba, LindL fl. pi., 440. 
undulata, Ham., 2320. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 461, 463, 

464. 
yunnanensis, Franch., var. Henryi, 

C. if. Schneider, 4094. 

Pyrus 

microphylla (JFafl.), £)<;«£., 443 8 - 
Pashia, Haw., 282. 
' vestita, Wall., 21 12. 
Vilmorini, C. K. Schneider, 2362, 

4441. 

Wallichii, Hook. /., 444° • 
Wilsoniana, C. K. Schneider, 2220, 

4439- 
yunnanensis, Franch., 21 11. 

Banksiae, R. Br., 155, 214, 229, 

2048, 2051. 4443 in part, 
damascena, Mill, 284, 2052, 

2053. 
damascena, Mill., f. brachya- 

cantha, Focke, 4444- 
damascena, Mill, and R. centi- 



445 



444 
4446 



irridens, Focke, 4443 in P art 



4447 



macrophylla, Iwfl. (?), 4445- 
macrophylla, Iwd/., f. gracilis, 

Focke, 2336, 4442, 4453- 
macrophylla, LindL, I parce 

glandulosa, 2402. 

moschata, Herrm., var. yunnanen- 
sis, Franch., 2370. 

sericea, IWi, 2022, 4448, 4451 • 

sericea, Zi«<fl., *• aculeata eglan- 
dulosa, 2256. 

sericea, LindL, I pteracantha, 

Franch., 219. 



326 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



ROSACEAE— continued 
Rosa — continued 

Soulieana, Crep., 4454. 
sp., 226. 

Rubus 

alexeterius, Focke, 2452. 
biflorus, Ham., 2123, 2453. 
Delavayi, F ranch., 129. 
ellipticus, Smith, var. obcordatus, 

Franch., 291. 
foliolosus, D. Don, 4405 in part, 
hypopitys, Focke, 1908. 
lineatus, Reinw.,var. angustifolius, 

Hook, /., 1046. 
loropetalus, Franch., 2330, 4403. 
lutescens, F ranch., 2329. 
major, Focke, 916. 

micranthus, D. Don, 2353, 4405 
in part. 

paniculatus, Sm., 4399. 
polytrichia, Franch., 4400. 
pungens, Cambess., 4401, 4404. 
stans, Fadte, 2286. 
stimulans, Focke, 4398. 

subornatus,-F^^,2i24,2302 ; 4402. 
trijugus, Focke, 2303. 

sp., 5021. 

Sibiraea 

tomentosa, Diels, 2432. 

Sorbus 

reducta, Diels, 2238. 

Spenceria 

ramalana, Trimen, 52, 2734. 

Spiraea 

Aruncus, Linn., 2457, 2625. 
bella, 5Y///5-, 4720. 

canescens, Don, var. glaucophvlla, 
Franch., 4433. 

canescens, D^ var. sulphurea, 



Batal.,4435- 



f 



velutina, Franch., 2154. 
vestita, Wall ex *>*«*//., 2 qu 
4434. *** 

virgata, Franch., 2075. 

Stranvaesia 

glaucescens, !«*<#., 2451, 



RUBIACEAE. 
Adenosacme 

longifolia, Wall, var. 
Hemsl, 1044. 

Anotis 

Wightiana, Watf., 940 . 



sinensis, 



RUBIACEAE— continued 

Galium 

asperifolium, Wall, 4640. 
elegans, Wall, 2804. 
Forrestii, Diels, 2363. 
modestum, Diels, 4978. 
nephrostigmaticum, Z)/rf^ 4638. 
triflorum, Michx., 2380, 4637. 
sp. (sterilis ?), 4636. 

Hedyotis 

stipulata, R. Br., 563, 4678. 
uncinella, Hook, et Am., 948. 

Knoxia 

corymbosa, Willd., 876. 

Leptodermis 

Forrestii, Diels, 2382, 2403. 
glauca (Franch.), Diels, 2016, 4796. 
pilosa (Franch.), Diels, 581, 2713. 

/for/. AVo;. ex fl*r£. 



Wilsoni 



^*w-> 367; 580, 4789- 

Luculia 

gratissima, Sweet, 967, 1027, 2991, 
4698. 

Mussaenda 

pubescens, Ait., 815. 

Nertera * 

sinensis, Hemsl, 862. 

Oldenlandia 

corymbosa, Linn., 863. 

Paederia 

tomentosa, BL, 34. 

Rubia 

cordifolia, Linn., 371. 
leiocaulis, Franch., 4635. 
membranacea (Franch.), Diels, 

4639. 
pallida, DzW<>, 40. 

podantha, Diels, 2327, 2753. 

ustulata, Diels, 365, 368. 

yunnanensis (Franch. ms.), Dieb, 



2484. 

macoce 



/ 



Wendlandia 

ligustrina, Wall, 866. 



RUTACEAE. 
Boenninghausenia 

albiflora, Reichb., var. brevipes 

Franch., 4758. 
albiflora, Reichb., var. longipes 

Franch. } 2500, 5093. 



Species in Natural Orders. 



327 



RUTACEAE -continued 

Citrus 

Aurantium, Linn., 4800. 

Skimmia 

Laureola, Hook. /., 47° 8 ; 4757- 

Xanthoxylum 

acanthopodium, DC, 474-6. 
acanthopodium, DC, var. Timbor, 

Wall., 53A. 
oxyphyllum, Edgew., 47 16. 

usitatum, Diels, 2103. 



SABIACEAE. 

Meliosma 

cuneifolia, Franch., 2630. 

Sabia 

yunnanensis, Franch., 379^ 2096, 
4707, 4721, 4726,4752. 



var. grandi- 



SALICINEAE. 
Populus 

Przewalskii, Maxim., 530. 

Salix 

cathayana, Diels, 4600. 
eriophylla, Anders., 4967. 
floccosa ; Burkill, 2318. 
Lindleyana, Wall., 2340, 2474. 
longiflora, Anders., 4601. 
microphyta, Franch., 4603. 
resecta, Diels, 4602. 
tetrasperma, Roxb. (?), 2033. 
Wallichiana, Anders., 529. 






SANTALACEAE. 
Osyris 

Wightiana, Wall., 522, 4745 

Thesium 

chinense, Turcz., 3093, 5018. 



SAPINDACEAE. 



Acer 



Davidi, Franch., 428, 2126, 2914- 
Forrestii, Diels, 2106, 2292. 
laetum, C. A. Mey., var. cultratum 
(Wall.), Pax, 95, 4S5, 2213. 



SAXIFRAGEAE 



Astilbe 



<n., 969, 4407. 

/. et Thorns., 4406 



SAXIFRAGEAE— continued 

Bergenia 

purpurascens (Hook. f. et Thorns.), 
Engl, var. Delavayi (Franch.). 
Engl, et Irmscher, 172, 178. 
2410, 4205, 5057. 

Chrysosplenium 

Davidianum, Decne. ex Maxim., 
2024, 2079, 5028, 5038. 

Forrestii, Diels, 553. 

Griffithii, Hook. f. et Thorns., 2132, 

4699. 

Deutzia 

corymbosa, i?. Br., 5034. 
discolor, Hemsl., 558, 2095, 5031, 

5°33- 
longifolia, Franch., 

flora, Franch., 557. 
parvifolia, £g£., var. purpurascens, 

Franch., 5035. 

Hydrangea 

altissima, Wall., 5044. 
aspera, Z)<w, 975, 2973.. 474°- 
chinensis, Maxim., 5030, 5046. 
heteromalla, Don, 4702, 5045. 
Hortensia, Siebold, 5047. 
vestita, ffflfl. ex Franch., 2830. 

Parnassia 

chinensis, Franch., 5039. 
crassifolia, Franch., 5040. 
Delavayi, FfawA., 39 8 > 4". 2498, 

5041. 
foliosa, H00&. /• et Thorns., 2984 

mysorensis, ff«y«*, I3*> 473, 9° 8 > 

2686. 
mysorensis, Heyne, var. aucta, 

Diels, 5042. 
tenella, Hook. /. et 27m>//«., 5°43- 
Wightiana, Wo//., 122, 2714- 

Philadelphus 

Delavayi, Henry, 555; 2I 95- 
nepalensis, Koehne, 5032, 503b. 

Ribes 

acuminatum, Wall, 559- 
glaciale, W-, 552, 2100, 212,, 

5029, 5 o8 9- 
himalense, Decne., 57°- 
moupinense, Franch., 2109. 

R pmSata Sl Fr«^., 2 3 39, 2521, 5°37- 

Saxifraga 

1140, 2756. 

brachyphylla, Franch., M4- 



328 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestiaxae. 



SAXIFRAGEAE- continued 



Saxifraga— continued 

brachypoda. Don, 4201. 
brachypoda, Don, var. fimbriata 

(Wall.), Engl, et Irmscher, 89, 

2867. 
Brunoniana, Wall., var. majuscula, 

EngL et Irmscher, 4202. 
Candelabrum, Franch., 50, 173. 
cardiophylla, Franch., 5058. 
chrysanthoides, EngL et Irmscher, 

2786. 

cinerascens, EngL et Irmscher, 

2034, 3034. 
cortusaefolia, Sz>&. et Zucc, 2401, 



.4199, 5°59- 
diversifolia, Wall., i. angusti- 

bracteata, £wgZ. et Irmscher. 115, 
.4207, 5056. 

diversifolia, Wall., f. foliata, £V/gZ. 

et Irmscher, 983, 2864. 
drabaeformis, Franch., 2956, 3025. 
filicaulis, |] "fl//., 170, 1141, 2749, 



420Q 



"3. 



emmipara, Franch., 104, 

2916, 4210, 5060. 
hispidula, D. Don, var. Doniana, 

Engl, 114, 2696, 4208, 5062. 
macrostigma, F ranch., var. auran- 

tiascens, EngL et Irmscher, 

2947. 

macrostigma, Franch., var. Geor- 

geana, £wg/. et Irmscher, 88. 
macrostigma. Franch., var. gracil- 

lima, £wg/. et Irmscher, 2904. 
macrostigma, Franch., var. hyperi- 

coides (Franch. pro sp.), £ W gJ. 

et Irmscher, 2576. 
macrostigma. Franch., var. hyper*- 

coides (Franch. pro spec.),*E«gZ. 

et Irmscher, f. latifolia, £. et i. 

2863. 



S AXI F RAG E AE— cow* i >werf 
Saxifraga — continued 

nutans, Hook. /. et Thorns., 2621. 

pulchra, E«gZ. et Irmscher, 2168. 

sediformis, £wgZ. et Irmscher, 2912. 

sibirica, Linn., 4690. 

signata, £wg/. et Irmscher, 2958. 

strigosa, P^a//.^ 171, 1139, 2921, 
5061. 

subamplexicaulis, EngL et Irm- 
scher, 2965. 

tsangchanensis, Franch., 4200, 

4211. 
turfosa, Eng/. et Irmscher, 123, 

2988, 4206. 

Tiarella 

polyphylla, Don, 4729. 



SCITAMINEAE. 
Cautleya 

lutea, Royle, 1890, 4805. 

Hedychium 



Wall 



Forrestii, Diels, 4812. 
yunnanense, Gagnep., 481 1. 

Roscoea 

alpina, 7?^y/^ 2396, 4806, 4807, 

4808. 
capitata, Sm., var. purpurata, 

Gagnep., 258, 2687, 4809. 
cautleoides, Gagnep., 2070. 
cautleoides/^agnep./var. purpurea, 

2178 
Chamaeleon, Gagne/>. vel. aff., 2347* 



SCROPHULARINEAE. 
Alectra 

indica, Benth., 828, 931. 



macrostigma, Franch., var. hyperi- Brandisia 



coides (Franch. pro spec), EngL 
et Irmscher, subvar. macrantha, 
E. et /., 2757. 

micrantha, Edgew., f. corymbi- 
flora, Engl, et Irmscher, 4204. 



€Z£! 






et Irmscher, 4203. 
micrantha, Erfg W ., var. minor, 

£«g/. et Irmscher, 4198. 
micrantha, JWgw., var. yunnan- 

ensis, Franch., 99. 

micranthoides, EngL, 2516. 

nigro-glandulosa, £wgZ. et Irmscher, 
2910, 2910A. 



Hancei, H^. /., 619. 

Calorhabdos 

axillaris (Sieb. et Zucc), Benth. et 
#0o&. /., 623. 

Brunoniana, Benth., 4747. 
sutchuenensis, Franch., 2679. 

Ceisia 

coromandeliana, Vahl, 2533. 

Dopatrium 

junceum, 7/aw., 935. 

Hemiphragrma 



4784. 



Wall 



Species in Natural Orders. 



329 



SCROPHULARINEAE— continued 

Ilysanthes 

hyssopoides, Benth., 139, 363, 

Lindenbergia 

philippinensis ? Benth., 4986. 

Lindernia 

pyxidaria, All., 4516. 

Mazus 

Delavayi, Bonati, 392, 4507. 
macrocalyx, Bonati, 10 18. 
rugosus, Lour., 4961. 

Melampyrura 

chinense, DahL, 606, 4506. 

Mimulus 

nepalensis, Benth., 2614, 4973, 
5oi3. 

Pedicularis 

AlopecuroSj Franch., 2649, 2 945- 
axillaris, Franch., 2628, 4485. 
Balfouriana, Bonati. 4489. 
cephalantha, Franch., 2547. 
comptoniaefolia, Franch., 1136, 

2790, 4487. 
crenata, Maxim., 3079. 
debilis, Franch., 4491 in part. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2638. 
deltoidea, Franch. , 976, 4490. 
densispica, Franch., 2061, 232%, 

2668, 4503. 
filicula, Franch., 2420. 
Forrestiana, Bonati, 2703. 
gracilis, WaZ/., 4496. 
gruina^ Franch., 1134, 2725. 
gyrorhyncha, Franch., 1135, 2944- 
hirtella, Franch., 307 7 • 



/a^ 



1131 



Hkiangensis, Franch., 1138. 

lineata, Franch., 4491 in part. 

longepetiolata, Franch., 3059. 

longiflora, Rudolph, 11 32. 

- lutescens, Franch., 2937, 4494* 

Margaritae, Bonati, 4504. 

microchip Franch., 4486. 

oxycarpa, Franch., 2450. 

polyphylla, Franch., 4493. 
polyphylla, Franch., var. pilosa, 

Bonati, 2640. 
porrecta, Watf., 4492. 
recurva, Maxim., var. polyantha, 

Bonati, 2667. 

rex, Clarke, 1137, 2477. 45 02 - 
nipicola, Franch., 2859. 
salviaeflora, Franch.. 2789 
Smithiana/fionoft', 2860. 



SCROPHULARINEAE— continued 
Ptdiculasi&--coitfinued 

siphonantha, Don, 1133, 5078. 
Stadlmanniana, Bonati, 4488. 
superba, Franch., 2780. 
szechuanica, Maxim., 2594. 
tali ens is 3 Bonati, 4500. 

tantalorhyncha, Bonati, 4497. 
tenuisecta, Franch., 2785, 4495. 
tsangchanensis, Franch., 4501. 
veronicifolia, Franch., 4676. 
Viali, Franch.. 4498. 
yunnanensis, Franch., 4499- 

Phtheirospermum 

chinense, Bunge, 94, 980. 
tenuisectum, 2?«r. et Franch., 2325, 

45 J 4* 

Pterygielia 

Duclouxii, Franch., 4505. 

Scoparia 

dulcis, Lmw., 565. 

Scrophularia 

Delavayi, Franch., 3103. 
Forrestii, DxV/s, 990. 
nodosa, L«., ex Franchet, 2551. 
spicata, Franch., 2550. 

Siphonostegia 

chinensis, B«rfi, 564, 4519. 

Sopubia 

trifida, Hoot., 1097, 47 8 °- 

Torenia 

peduncularis, fie«/A., 835, 884. 

Vandellia 

Crustacea, 5*»/A., 3°4- 
nummularifolia, Z). Z>o«, 45 1 ?- 

Veronica 

Anagallis, L***., 2350, 2555, 45" ■ 
capitata, B*»tt., 2358, 45°9- 
ciliata, JFw/j., 2620. 
Forrestii, 0iV&, 4i95- 
javanica, 5/., 45 12 ; 475°- 

laxa, 5««/A., 2499; 45 o8 > 45 IO - 
pirolaeformis, Franch., 2162. 

polita, Fw, 603. 
serpyllifolia, Linn., 2H5, 45 x 3- 



SOLANACEAE. 

Capsicum 

annuum, Linn, 44°^ 

Datura 

Stramonium, i-inn., 44™- 



330 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



SOL AN ACEAE— continued 

Mandragora 

caulescens, C. B. Clarke, 569. 

Nicotiana 

rustica, Linn., 29. 

Solanum 

khasianum, Clarke, 4480. 
Melongena, Linn., 4483. 
nigrum, Linn., 4479. 
verba scifolium, Linn., 1087. 



STYRACEAE. 
Symplocos 

( itaegoideSj Buck. -Ham., 4429. 

Dilavayi, Brand, 4422. 
spicata, Roxb., var. malasica, 
Clarke, 1037, 1095. 



TAMARISCINEAE. 
Tamarix 

chinensis, Lour., 2039, 

Myricaria 

germanica, Desv., 130, 3069, 4735 



TERNSTROEMIACEAE. 

Eurya 

acuminata, DC, 4724. 
japonica, Thunb., 438, 444, 453. 

Gordonia 

anomala, Spreng., 1081. 

Stachyurus 

himalaicus, Hook. f. et Z%o//w., 

551. 
(?) sp., 4604. 

Taonabo 

japonica (Thunb.), Szyszyl. (?), 550. 

Thea 

Forrestii, Diels, 314. 
japonica {Linn.), Nois., 4346. 
speciosa, P/7ar^ 423. 
yunnanensis, Pitard. axq. 



THYMELAEACEAE. 
Daphne 

aurantiaca. Diels, 21 15. 
odora, Thunb., 159, 177,4594. 
papyracea. Jf a//.. 4664. 

papyracea. Steud., f. grandiflora, 

Metssn., 5024. 
retusa, #*;/**/., 2236. 



THYMELAEACEAE— continued 

Stellera 

Chamaejasme, Linn., 169, 4788. 
Chamaejasme., Linn., f. angusti- 
folia, 2005. 

Wikstroemia 

dolichantha, Diels, 133. 
holosericea, Diels, 13. 
scytophylla, Diels, 44. 



TILIACEAE. 



Tilia 

paucicostata, Maxim., var. yun- 
nanensis, Diels, 47. 

Genus (?), 809. 



UMBELLIFERAE. 
Angelica 

Forrestii, Diels, 2580. 
(?) rivulorum, Diels, 2849. 

Apium 

graveolens, Linn., 4625. 

Bupleurum 

longicaule, Wall., var. Francheti, 

^ Boissieu, 546, 3067. 
petiolulatum, Franch., 2556, 4622. 

Carura 

caudatum, Franch., 2802. 
coloratum, Dz>/^ ; 2874, 3060, 
coriaceum, Franch., 537, 2673, 
461 7 . 

cruciatum, Franch., 4620. 
Delavayi, Franch., 77, 2371. 
dolichopodum, Dz>Zs, 2872. 
molle, Franch., 4623. 
(?) pityophilum, Diels, 3078. 
purpureum, Franch., 2854. 
scaberulum, Franch., 545. 
scaberulum, Franch., var. am- 

brosiaefolium, Franch., 3062. 
schizopetalum, Franch., 2981, 

4611,4613. 
tenerum (DC), Franch., 2852. 
yunnanense, Franch., 538, 547; 



4624. 



m 



sativum, jLmn., 4631. 

Daucus 

Carota, Linn., 4629. 

Foeniculum 

vulgare, M i/Z., 4634. 



Species in Natural Orders. 



331 



UMBELLIFERAE— continued 

Heracleum 

candicans, Wall., 2633, 4616. 
scabridum, Franch., 2260, 2752. 
stenopterum, Diels, 2847. 

Ligusticum 

angelicaefolium, Franch., 2848, 

4696. 
brachylobum, Franch., 2571, 2712; 

2768, 2836. 
daucoides, Franch., 2769, 2890. 
Delavayi, Franch., 2889. 
involucratum, Franch., 2835, 4632, 

4633. 
modestum, Diels, 2856. 

pteridophyllum, Franch., 3050, 

3072. 
tenuifolium {Wall.), Franch., 536, 

4627. 

Oenanthe 

stolonifera, Wall., 2764, 4953. 

Peucedanum 

Delavayi, Franch., 2782. 
olivaceum, Diels, 2250. 
sp., 4630. 

Pimpinella 

Candolleana, Wight et Am., 2858, 
flaccida, C. B. Clarke, 2534. 
Hookeri, C. B. Clarke, 2843. 
taeniophylla, de Boissieu, 2684. 
sp., 4615. 

Pleurospermum 

David i, Franch., 462 1, 4628. 
Davidi, Franch. vel aff., 2531. 
decurrens, Franch., 2857, 4619. 
foetens, Franch., 2709. 
Franchetianum, Hemsl., 535. 
Govanianum, Benth., 548. 
Govanianum, IFaZ/., var. bicolor, 
Franch.. 3073, 4612. 

Sanicula 

orthacantha, 5. Moore, 4618. 

Seseli 

yunnanense, Franch., 539. 

Torilis 

Anthriscus, Bernh., 2 171, 2306, 
4626. 

Trachydium 

chloroleucum, DxVfc, 2873, 2886. 
Forrestii, D/*fe, 2855. 
hispidum, Franch., 2888. 
purpurascens, Franch., 127, 2884, 
4614. 



URTICACEAE. 
Boehmeria 

nivea, Gaud., 4782. 

platyphylla, Z)#w, var. scabrella, 

Roxb., 4771. 

Cannabis 

sativa, Linn., 4761. 

Elatostema 

diversifolium (li'a//.), Wedd., 2646, 

4725- 
obtusum, Wedd., 4734. 

sessile, Forst., 4783. 

Ficus 

foveolata, Iftf//., 850. 
heteromorpha, Hemsl., 47°5- 
infectoria, #0x£., 4704. 
piriformis, Hook, et „4r»., 877. 
pyriformis, Hook, et ^fii., var. 

ischnopoda, King, 1070, 
silhetensis ; Mz^., 1113. 

Girardinia 

condensata, Wedd., 57. 

Laportea 

Forrestii, Diels, 520. 
terminalis, W/gA*, 477°- 

Morus 

alba, Linn., 2527. 47 2 7, 473 2 - 
longistylus, Diels, 4669, 4672. 

Pilea 

peDeromioides, Diels, 4667. 
peploides, Hook, et -4m., 2618, 

4766. 
producta, 5/., 47 86 - 
scripta, Wedd., 4781. 
umbrosa, If «M., 2629. 

Pouzolzia 

hirta (fl/.), ffflwA., 5* 6 > 439&, 4397- 
indica, Gaud., 864. 

Urtica 

fissa, £. Pri ted, 59; 467°- 
Thunbergiana, Si**, et Luce, 

4671. 

VACCINIACEAE. 

Vaccinium 

Delavayi, Franch., 4*74- 
Donianum, TF^/, 4178; 4182. 

Donianum, If ig«, var. brachy- 

botrys, Franch., 41 79- 
Forrestii, Diels, 454- 
fragile, *><**<*., 2 44o, 4i«°- . . 
frafile; A**, var. cnmta, 

Franch., 439- 
fragile ; Franch., var., 4185- 



332 



Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



VALERIANEAE. 



Nardostachys 

grandiflora, DC, 2417, 4647- 

Jatamansij DC, 2905. 
Patrinia 

monandra. C B. Clarke, 63, 422. 
scabiosaefolia, Fisch., 994, 4649. 

Valeriana 

barbulata. Bids, 2885, 4645. 
j'aberi, Graebner, 2603, 4650. 
Hardwickii, Wall., 4648. 

stenoptera, Diets, 2705, 2758. 

Wallk hii, DC, 4644, 4651, 5009. 



VERBENACEAE. 

Callicarpa 

rubella, LindL, 853. 

Caryopteris 

Forrestii, Diets, 79, 100, 

Clerodendron 

foetidum, Bge., 366, 1023, 3001.' 

fragrans, Vent., 578, 988', 2532. 

Congea 

tomentosa, Roxb., 1144. 

Vitex 

Negundo, Linn., 1096. 
trilolia, Linn., 579. 



VIOLARIEAE. 
Viola 

Bisseti, Maxim., 148, 238. 

Delavayi. Ft anch., 239, 2069, 4321. 

Delavayi. F ranch., f. depauperata, 

4767. 
diffusa, Ging, 218. 

distans, Wall, 4320, 4322, 4323, 

4324, 49 8 3> 5°°6. 
palustris, Linn., var. moupinensis, 
Fra^//., 2143, 4318,4325. 

Patnnu, DC, 16, 242, 460, 2044, 

2I 37,43*9, 4995^5ooo. 
serpens, Wall., 243. 






XYRIDEAE. 

Xyris 

pauciflora, Willd., 921, 4898. 



ZYGOPHYLLEAE. 
Tribulus 

terrestm, Linn., 90, 1106. 



EQUISETACEAE. 



Equisetum 

sp.,5083. 



FILICES. 
Adiantum 

sp., 274, 4935. 

Asplenium 

sp., 285. 

Ceterach 

sPv 4933- 

Cheilanthes 

S P-, 19, 4931- 

Davallia 

sp., 956. 

Filices, 273, 278, 288, 294, 295, 
928, 1034, 2607, 4928, 4932, 

4934, 493 6 - 4937, 4939, 494°- 

Gleichenia 

sp., 298. 

Lygodium 

sp., 276. 

Nephrodium 

lichiangense, C. H. Wright, 2300. 

Ophioglossum 

sp., 277, 2468. 

Osmunda 

S P-, 4938. 

Polypodium 

sp., 296, 299, 4927, 4930, 5001. 

Polystichum 

S P-, 275, 286, 289, 2842, 49 2 9, 
494i. 

Pteris 

sp., 287. 



LICHENES. 
Cladonia 

S P-, 4945, 4946, 4947, 494$, 4949 
495°- 

Parmelia 

(?) sp., 4951. 

Lichenes, 2376, 4952. 



LYCOPODIACEAE 
Lycopodium 

S P-, 2 97, 4924, 4926. 



Species in Natural Orders. 



333 



MUSCI 



M usci, 4943- 

Polytrichum 

spv 4944- 

Sphagnum 

sp., 4942. 



RHIZOCARPEAE 



• Salvinia 

sp., 1885. 



SELAGINELLACEAE 
Selaginella 

sp., 4925- 



DUBIA. 



Genus (?), 527. 



CATALOGUE 



of the 



SPECIES ARRANGED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 



The numbers after the names are Mr. Forrest's field numbers, as cited 

in the preceding numerical catalogue. 



Abelia 

Forrestii, Diels, in error, see LlNNAEA Forrestii. No. 867. 

Abies 

Delavayi, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., xiii (1899), 2 55- No. 4606. 

Abutilon 

sinense, Oliv., in Hook. Ic. PL, xviii (1888), t. 1750. Nos. 424, 



5026. 



Acer 



Davidi, Franch., in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. Nat. Par. ser. 2, viii 

(1885), 212. Nos. 428, 2126, 2914. 
Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 165. 



Nos. 2106, 2292. 



(Wall 



Aceraceae, 1902, 48. Nos. 95, 485, 2273. 

Achillea 

setacea, Waldst. et Kit., PI. Rar. Hung., i (1802), 68. Nos. 902 
4067. 

Achyranthes 



(1825-6) 



Aconitum 



acaule (Fmet et Gagnep.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 

(1912), 270. Nos. 280, 3089, 4691. 
brachypodum, Diels, I.e. 268. No. 3044. 

brevicalcaratum (Fin. et Gagnep. sub tit. var.), Diels, I.e. 267. 
No. 2777. 

Bulleyanum, Diels, I.e. 267. No. 4372. 

contortum, Finet et Gagnep., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., li (1904), 5<> 6 - 
No. 4370. 

Delavayi, Franch., I.e. xxxiii (1886), 381. No. 4371. 

Delavayi, Franch., var. leiocarpum, Fin. et Gagnep., I.e. li (I9°4)» 

507. Ao. 984. 

jucundum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 266. 



No. 4369. 



334 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 335 



Aconitum — continued. 

Souliei, Finet et Gagnep., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., li (1004), «< 
No. 270. 1 »-*/» j J- 

transsectum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bpt. Gard. Edin., v (1012), 268. 
No. 2868. 

venatorium, Diels, I.e. 269. Nos. 826, 883, 1101. 

volubile, Pall., in Willd. Sp. PL, ii (1799), 1237. No. 2865. 
sp. No. 290. 

Acorus 

Calamus, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (1753), 324. No. 2778. 

Acroglochin 

chenopodioides, Schrad., Cat. Hort. Goett. (1824). No. 518. 

Adenocaulon 

bicolor, Hook., Bot. Misc., i (1830), 19. No. 2693. 

Adenophora 

Bulleyana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 175. 
No. 2653. 

coelestis, Diels, I.e. 173. Nos. 2718, 2810. ' 
diplodonta, Diels, I.e. 175. Nos. 396, 1066, 2986. 
Forrestii, Diels, I.e. 174. No. 394. 
leptosepala, Diels, I.e. 175. Nos. 3857, 3858. 
leptosepala,. Diels vel aff . No. 3859. 
megalantha, Diels, I.e. 175. No. 2661. 
ornata, Diels, I.e. 174. Nos. 2801, 3861, 3862. 

pachyrhiza, Diels, I.e. 176. No. 3860. 
sp. No. 395. 

Adenosacme 



• . • 



longifolia, Wall., var. sinensis, HemsL, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxin 
(1888), 379. No. 1044. 

Adiantum 

sp. Nos. 274, 4935. 

Adonis 

brevistyla, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 37 2 - No. 



2506. 



A 



rua 



glabrata, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1885), 728. No. 873. 

Agapetes 

Bulleyana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 294 
yunnanensis 9 Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 3°°- No. 4189- 

Agri 



mon 



Agrostis 

sp. Nos. 2539, 2878, 4914. 



336 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Ainsliaea 

Henryi, Diels, in Engl. Jahrb., xxix (1900), 628. No. 4052. 
pertyoides, Franch., y albo-tomentosa, Beauv., in Bull. Soc. Bot. 
Genev., 2 me ser. 1 (1909), 384. No. 128. 

pertyoides, Franch., a'typica, f. sparsiflora (Vani.), Beauv., I.e. 384. 
No. 1. 

pteropoda, DC, Prodr., vii (1838), 14. Nos. 60, 2939, 4051. 

pteropoda, DC, var. obovata, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ii (1888), 
69. No. 810. 

yunnanensis, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ii (1888), 70. Nos. 643, 
2993- 

Ajuga 

campylantha, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 243. 
No. 2700. 

decumbens, Thunb., Fl. Jap. (1784), 243. No. 4525. 

Forrestn, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 242. No. 

2133- 
lupuhna, Maxim., var. major, Diels, I.e. 243. No. 2448. 
macrosperma, Wall, ex Benth., in " 

No. 596. 

remota, Benth., I.e. 59. No. 4524. 

Albizzia 

Julibrissin, Dur., var. mollis, Bem 
(^79)^ 3oo. No. 4239. 

Alectra 



Wall 



indica, Benth., in DC. Prodr., x (1846), 339. Nos. 828, 931. 



Aletris 



J 



(1896), 198. No. 4824. 



•"tMk, %T- u - v (l891) ' I55 ' et x (l896) - 201 



sp. No. 4827. 

Alisma 



Plantago, Linn., Sp. PI. e d. 1 (1753), 342 . Nos . l888j 2$26m 



Allium 



Bune STo 5 ^^r Roy - Bot - Gard - Edm - v <^>- 301 

chinense, Don, vel A. Thunbergii, Don (>) No M 

cyan 3 T Sft£ & Hort ^ •' * &»■ - * <*w 

""S?# " N ° teS ^ Bot - G -d- Edin., v (19!,), 3 o, 

polyastrum, Diels, I.e. 300 Nos zka on^ ™qq 

s^^bSS g£W no. m , 

2781. Journ. Unn. Soc, xxxvi (1903), 124. No. 

rhynchogynum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (I 9 «), 

Siiz, m.I: a- lT 2 ^ c - j < i888 »- ** No. I07 . 

vleSJs; \Z.\ &* H f ^ * No. 4 83, 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 337 

Allium — continued. 

Victorialis, Linn., var. angustifolium, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind vi 
(1892), 343. No. 2891. 

yunnanense, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912) 301 
Nos. 914, 2871, 3049, 4833. 

Alnus 

nepalensis, D. Don, Prodr. Fl. Nep. (1825), 58. No. 534. 

Alopecurus 

fulvus, Sm., Engl. Bot., xxi (1805), t. 1467. Nos. 4913, 4965. 

Alstonia 

yunnanensis, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 165. 
No. 592. 

Althaea 

rosea, Cav., Diss., ii (1785), 91. No. 452. 

Amethystea 

coerulea, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. i (1753), 21. Nos. 93, 2485. 

Amorphophallus 

yunnanensis, Engl., Pflanzenreich, Araceae-Lasioideae (1911), 109. 
No. 4848. 

Amphicome 

arguta, Lindl., Bot. Reg. (1838), t. 19. Nos. no. 4730. 

Anaphalis 

adnata, DC, Prodr., vi (1837), 2 74- Nos. 943' I022 - 



411. No. 642. 



J 



chlamydophylla, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 

188. Nos. 2354, 2354A. 
cinnamomea, C. B. Clarke, var. angustifolia, Franch., mss. m Herb. 

Paris. No. 1013. 
contorta, Hook. f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 284. No. 657. 
cuneifolia, Hook, f., I.e. 280. Nos. 659, 905, 2741, 407 1 * 407 2 - 
Delavayi, Franch., under Gnaphalium in Journ. de Bot., x (189b), 

409. Nos. 4068, 4075. „ 

Franchetiana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., v (1912), i»9- 

No. 2996. 
Griffith!!, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 280. No. 4077- 
margaritacea, Benth. et Hook, f., Gen. Plant., h (1873), 303- * os - 

663, 944, 1062. .. ,.- 1 „. 

Pterocaulon, Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xi (1881), 233. Nos. 004, 2t>39> 

4076. 

Andrachne 

cordifolia, Muell. Arg., in DC. Prodr., xv, 2 (1862), 234. Nos. 209, 
3095, 4733- 

Andropogon 

assimilis, Steud., Syn. Gram. (1855), 397- No. 34«- 
. contortus, Linn., Sp. PL, ii (1753), io45- t No. 890. 



22 



Jap. (1784), 41. No. 887. 



338 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Androsace 

alchemilloides, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 455. No. 

2228. 
Chamaejasme, Host, Synop. (1797), 95. Nos. 477, 1810. 
Bulleyana, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 

233. No. 108. 

Delavayi, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 456. No. 2319. 
erecta, Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xi (1881), 262, et xii (1886), 745. Nos. 

121, 2738. 

mucronifolia, Watt, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xx (1884), 17. No. 2127. 
spinulifera (Franch.), Knuth, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Primul. (1905), 
184. No. 2081. 

Aneilema 

divergens, Clarke, Commel. et Cyrt. Beng. (1874), 28. Nos. 1080, 
2943, 4843, 4845. 

stenothyrsa, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 297. 
No. 4847* 

Anemone 

coelestina, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr.. xxxii. (1885), 4. Nos. 
2129, 2289. \Oh* 

Delavayi, Franch., I.e., xxxiii. (1886), 366. No. 4349. 

demissa Hook, f. et Thorns., Fl. Ind., i (1855), 23. Nos. 216, 
4366,4367. DD " 3 

demissa, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. villosa, Ulbrich, in Engl. Jahrb., 

xxxvn (1906), 267. No. 2098. 
flaccida, F. Schmidt, Reisen im Amur-Lande (1868), 103. No. 

!a£K t£ t Z 7 cc - F1 - Jap v j (l835) ' * No - ioi °- 

1 X r ^ Zucc -' van ele £ ans (Decne.), Franch. PI. Delav. 
(I889), 7- Nos. 2936, 4347. 



x-xxvii (1906), 253. No. 4361. 



Jahrb., 



2SS* R" S°"' ' Prodr - F1 - ?•*£«** *94- Nos. x6o, 2 o6 4 . 



(1906), 242. No. 2152. 



Jahrb 



■ X.^'^ SySt ' S ' l8l8 >- «"■ Nos. I74 . 449, 2008, 



. 2040, 2242, 4348. 
" " " " J 



No. 2552 



truUifolia, Hook f MZ' y " 1V (I544) ' 5 ' JNo ' 255 ?' • 

folio v,r f x "Ir-' var - campestns, Diels, mss. (=obtusi- 

iojia, var. coerulea). Nos 2232 26^4 

trulhfolia, Hook f. et Thorns., var. holophylla, Diels, in Notes Roy. 
Bot. Gard. Edin., v (i 9 i 2 ), 2 6 3 . Nosf 2166, 2226. 



Angel 



FOrr ^2^t' ^ NOt6S ROy ' B0t Gaid - Edin - V (1912), 289 

(?) rivulorum," Diels, I.e. 288. No. 2849. 

Anisadenia 



pubescens 

Anotis 

Wightiana 
940. 



Nos. 591, 3104. 



No 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 






330 



Anthogonium 

gracile, Lindl., Gen. and Sp. Orch. (1830-40), 426. No. 894. 

Apios 

carnea (Wall.), Benth. ex Baker in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1870), 
188. No. 4225. V /JI 

Apium 

graveolens, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753), 264. No. 4625. 

Apocynaceae 

Nos. 201 1, 2019. 

Apocynaceae 

(?). No. 574. 

Aquilegia 

vulgaris, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753), 533. Nos. 2332, 4351. 

Arabis 

alpina, Linn., var. parviflora, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 59. Nos. 

. 4330, 4332. 
alpina, Linn., var. rubrocalyx, Franch., I.e. 58. No. 2170. 

Arctium 

Lappa, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 816. No. 4022. 

Ardisia 

crispa, A. DC, in Trans. Linn. Soc., xvii (1837), 124. No. 806. 

Arenaria 

barbata, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 430. No. 75. 

Delavayi, Franch., Lc. 432. No. 1873. 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 181. No. 

2 9 I 5- 
ionandra, Diels, I.e. 182. No. 2902A. 

longistyla, Franch., var. pleurogynoides, Diels, I.e. 182. ho. 2902. 
napuligera, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 429. Nos. 

1881, 2622. XT 

orbiculata, Royle, ex Hook. f. FL Brit. Ind., i (1872), 240. Nos. 



2078, 4302. 



serpyllifolia, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (1753), 423- No - 4 8 4- 
tnchophora, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 431. 



Nos. 



2 535> 2626, 2710. 



Arisae 



consanguineum, Schott, in Bonplandia, vii (1859), 227, et Prodr. 

Aroid. (i860), 52. Nos. 2434, 2444, 4 8 5 2 - 
Iraternum, Schott, I.e. 26. No. 2374. . , R , 

nepenthoides (Wall.), Mart., in Schott et Endl. Meletem., 1 (^3V> 

17- No. 4851. , 

talense, Engl, mss. in Herb. Berlin. Nos. 2277 2403- 
talense, Engl., var. latisectum, Engl., mss. in rferb. Berlin. No. 4^9- 
Wilsonii, Engl., mss. in Herb. Berlin. Nos. 321, 23»5> 4«5°- 

Aristolochia 



J 



b^luxh, rranch , m lourn . de tfot., xuiioy«/, j-r „.' v at p a r. 
moupinensis, Franch., PL David, in Nouv. Arch. Mas. Hist. *at. 



ser. 2, x (1887-8), 79. No. 4593- 



340 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Artemisia 

annua, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. i (1753), 847. Nos. 32, 4063. 
apiacea, Hance, in Walp. Ann., ii (1851-2), 895. No. 4064. 
campestris, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753), 846. No. 676. 
codonocephala, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., v (1912), 

186. No. 637. 
parviflora, Roxb., Fl. Ind., iii (1832), 420. No. 973. 
Roxlmrghiana, Bess., in Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc, ix (1836), 57. No. 

2558. 
scoparia, Waldst. et Kit., PI. Rar. Hung., i (1802), 66. No. 2588. 
sti icta, Edgew., in Trans. Linn. Soc, xx (1846), 76. No. 655. 
vestita, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 326. No. 1079. 
vulgaris, Linn., Sp. PI. ed, 1 (1753), 848. No. 2920. 
vulgaris, Linn., forma. Nos. 4065, 4066. 
yunnanensis, Jeffrey, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 187. 

No. 674. 

Arthraxon 

microphyllus, Hochst., in Flora, xxxix (1856), 188. No. 3086. 

Arundina 

chinensis, Bl., Bijdr. (1825-6), 402. Nos. 3016, 4892. 

Arundinella 

nepalensis, Trin., Gram. Pan. (1826), 62. No. 892. 
villosa, Am., var. himalaica, Hook. L, Fl. Brit. Ind., vii (1897), 73 
Nos. 2772, 2796. 

Asclepias 

curassavica, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 215. No. 1056. 

Asparagus 

filicinus, Ham., in D. Don, Prodr. Fl. Nep. (1825), 49. No. 2321. 

Asplenium 

sp. No. 285. 

Aster 

altaicus, Willd. ? Enum. PL Hort. Berol. (1809), 881. No. 652. 
aunculatus, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., x (1896), 379. No. 4008. 
brachytrichus, Franch., I.e. 372. Nos. 2160, 2224. 






Jeffrey 
Iso. 661. 



j 



fuscescens, Bur et Franch., I.e., v (1891), 49. Nos. 978, 4000. 

Harrowianus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 
184. No. 4004. 

Harrmvianus, Diels, var. glabratus, Diels, I.e. 184. No. 2508. 
hispid, Thunb., Fl. Jap. (1784), 315. No. 2699. 

rl?,?' L !? n ^??- PL ^ } (753). 876. Nos. 3063, 4 oo 5> 4006. n 



J 



7 

No. 669. 



j 



Nos. 2900 



oreophilus Franch., I.e. 370. Nos. 678, 2659, 2817, 4007, 4009 

ycnophvllus Franch., mss. in Herb/Paris 59 No. 4001. 7 
staticefolms, Franch., m Journ. de Bot., x f 18061. r5o. No. 220 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 341 

Aster — continued. 

trinervius, Roxb., Fl. Ind., iii (1832), 433. Nos. 679, 827. 
trinervius, Roxb., f. grossedentatus, Franch., mss. in Herb. Paris. 



Nos. 968, 2931. 



Nos. 2522, 2819. 
vestitus, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., x (18c 
yunnanensis, Franch., I.e. 375. No. 2598. 

Astilbe 

rivularis, Ham., in D. Don, Prodr. Fl. Nep. (1825), 2I °- Nos. 969, 

4407. 
rubra, Hook, f . et Thorns., ex Hook. Bot. Mag. t. 4959. No. 4406. 

Astragalus 

brachycephalus, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 161. No. 1127. 

camptodontus, Franch., I.e. (1889), 160. No. 2745. 

coelestis, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 244. No. 




dolichochaete, Diels, I.e. 245. No. 2608. 
nigrescens, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 162. No. 2379. 
sinicus, Linn., Mant. (1767), 103. Nos. 4222, 4987. 
yunnanensis, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 162. No. 2750. 

Balanophora 



Wall 



No 



5092. 
sp. aff. involucrata, Hook. f. No. 4680. 

Barleria 

cristata, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753). 6 3&. Nos. 872, 1098. 

Bauhinia 

densiflora, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 191. Nos. 385, 2720, 422», 
4229, 4230. 

Beckmannia ' 

erucaeformis, Host, Gram. Austr. iii (1805), 5- No - 49 10 - 

Begonia . 

Harrowiana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 100. 

. Nos. 2647, 3055, 4388, 4389, 439?.. . . • Prodr 

sinensis, A. DC, in Ann. Sc. Nat. 4 e sene, xi (1859), 125, et in rrour., 

xv, 1 (1864), 313. No. 84. .. ,__.-» orx 

yunnanensis, Leveille, in Fedde, Repert. Nov. Sp., vn (1909), 20. 

No. 4675. 
sp. No. 1115. 

Belamcanda XT „_ 

chinensis (Linn.), Lem., in Red. Lil. t. 121 (1807). No. 255. 
centiflora, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), l6 7' 



No. 4689. 



dictyophylla, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 39- No - 2< ^ 1 ] , Ioo6) , I2 . 
Regans (Franch.), C. K. Schneider, in Laubholzkunde, 1 (i9°o), 3 

intege^ 3 Bunge ex Franchet, in Bull Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886). 



386. No, 222. 
levis, Franch., Lc 386. No. 2012. 



34 2 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Berberis— continued. 



leptoclada, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 167. 
No. 330. 

pallens, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 36. Nos. 2271, 2343. 

papillifera (Franch.), Koehne in Gartenfl., xlviii (1899), 21. No. 
2013. 

pruinosa, French., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 387. Nos. 
2014, 2102, 2203. 

Wallichian n , DC, Prodi., i (1824), 107. No. 192. 

yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 388. 
No. 4344. v 

Berchemia 

yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 456. 
No. 2134. 1 /» to 

Bergenia 

purpurascens (Hook. f. et Thorns.), Engl., var. Delavayi (Franch.), 
• fcngl. et Irmscher, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 
147- Nos. 172, 178, 2410, 4205, 5057. 

Bidens 

bipinnata, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (1753) 8^2 No 60^ 
pilosa, Linn., I.e. 832. Nos. 682,4018 93 * 

tripartita, Linn., I.e. 831. No. 932. 

Bletilla 

hyaemthina (Sm.), Rchb. f., in Bot. Zeit., xxxvi (1878), 75. No. 



Blumea 



Wight 



hierac folia lir ll l A m ' Lontnb. Bot. Ind. (1834), 15. No. 4081. 
nieracifoha, DC, Prodr., v (1836), 442. Nos. 4, 4047. 



Boea 



^^929. DldS ' ln N ° teS Roy ' Bot Gard ' Edin " v (*9™)> 22 5 



Boehmeria 



^^r&^Z^^K^^-JlH 



1 (1869), 211. No. 4771. 

Boenninghausenia 

* t A — 



Wedd 



albifl No a ' 47 R 3 8. Chb " Var ' hKvi ^ F^nch., PI. Delav. (1889). Hft 

albiflora, Reichb., var. longipes, Franch., I.e. Nos. 25 oo, 5 093- 



ombax 



malabaricum, DC, Prodr. i (l824) . ^ No . 468l 



Boottia 



I876, 2038, 2845. 



Boschniack 



himalaica, Hb* t, ,nW, in Hook. i. Fl. Bra. Ind., iv (18W 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 343 

Bothriospermum 

chinense, Bunge, Enum. PL Chin. Bor. (1831), 47. No. 4473. 
tenellum, Fisch. et Mey., in Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop. (1835), 24. 
Nos. 4466, 4467, 4991, 5005. 

Brachypodium 

silvaticum, Beauv. Agrost. (1812), 101. Nos. 2538, 2799. 

Brandisia 

Hancei, Hook, f., FL Brit. Ind., iv (1884), 257, in nota. No. 619. 

Braya 

rosea, Bunge, Del. Sem. Hort. Dorp. (1841), 8. No. 4336. 
rubicunda, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii. (1886), 403. Nos. 

2107, 4336A. 
sinensis, HerasL, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxix (1893), 303. Nos. 37, 

3102, 

Bridelia 

stipularis, Bl., Bijclr. (1825-6), 597. No. 913. 

Bromus 

asper, Murr., Prodr. Stirp. Goetting. (1770), 42. No. 2537. 
sp. No. 2839. 

Bryophyllum 

calycinum, Salisb., Parad. Lond. (1805), t. 3- No. 4092. 

Buddleia R 

adenantha, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 248. 

No. 4736. 
agathosma, Diels, I.e. 248. No. 593- 
asiatica, Lour., Fl. Cochinch., i (1790), 72. No. 615. 
brachystachya, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., v [1912), 

249. No. 1076. 
Forrestii, Diels, I.e. 249. Nos. 979, 4^. p 

macrostachya, Benth., var. yunnanensis, Dop, in Bull. soc. 001. -, 

lvii (1910), Mem. 19, 7. " No. 2599. . 

myriantha; Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., v (1912). 250. 

officina°lis 9 Max1m!'in Mel. Biol., x (1880), 6 7 5- -Nos. 2, 686, 4728, 
5019. 

Bulbophyllum „,. ••• / TftT ~\ 2T 

tibeticum, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vui (1913), ■ 
No. 232. 

Bulleyia 

yunnanensis, Schltr., I.e., v (1912), 108. No. 4§79- 

Bupleurum 



Bull 



(j^^uuiv., f t an.j veil.* a lunviivv*; 

liii (1906), 425. Nos. 546, 3067. 
iolulatum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. 
Nos. 2556, 4622. 



Burmannia 



44. No. 94 1 
Z 268, 3846, 4 



344 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Buxus 

sempervirens, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 983. No. 2436. 

Caesalpinia 

japonica, Sieb. et Zucc, in Abh. Akad. Muench., iv, 2 (1845 ?), 
117. No. 2001. 

Calamagrostis 

arundinacea, Roth, Tent. Fl. Germ., i (1788), 33. Nos. 2798, 2879, 
2880. 

littorea, DC, Fl. Fr., v (1815), 255. Nos. 357, 4918. 
sp. No. 2573. 

Calamintha 

Cavaleriei, Leveille, in Fedde, Repert. Nov. Sp., viii (1910), 424. 
No. 4538. 

chinensis. Benth., in DC. Prodr., xii {1848), 233. No. 4522. 
chinensis, Benth., var. megalantha, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 

Edin., v (1912), 233. No. 2476. 
discolor, Diels, I.e. 232. No. 4527. 

nepalensis, Fisch. et Mey., Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop., xi (1846), 53- 
No. 4529. 

umbrosa, Benth., in DC. Prodr., xii (1848), 232. Nos. 584, 2309, 
4528. 

Calanthe 

buccinifera, Rolfe, in Journ. Linn. Soc., xxix (1802), 318. No. 
2495. v y 

Delavayi, Finet, in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlvi (1899), 434. Nos. 
2496,4872. v yy/ *" 

undulata, Schltr, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), no. 
No. 2345. ' * y * 

Callianthemum 

cachemirianum, Camb., in Jacquem. Voy. Bot., iv (1844), 5- No. 

Callicarpa 

rubella, Lindl., in Bot. Reg. (1825), t. 883. No. 853. 

Callistephus 

chinensis, Nees, Gen. et Sp. Ast. (1832), 222. No. 939. 

Calorhabdos 

^"'ge^No. t^ 1 Benth - et Hook - *- Gen - Plant - « < l8 7 6 >' 

Brunoniana Benth. Scroph. Ind. (183s) 44 No 4747 

"9.' FranCh " in B «»- Soc 35, Bot Fr.?'^r (l9 oo), 17. 

Caltha 

paUmris, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (i, 53) , 55 g. Nos . ^ 2209; 22I3 , 
NU v ^^X r 'C^ Die ' S ' ln N ° teS R ° y - BOt ' Gard Edin - 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 345 






Calystegia 



hederacea, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 217. Nos. 
377, 2146, 4434. 



Campanula 

cana, Wall. 
3866. 



Wall., I.e. 439. Nos. 3864, 4998. 
ata, Wall., I.e. 440. Nos. in, 909, 2502, 2581, 3865. 
ata, Wall., var. ramulosa, Wall., in Koxb. Fl. Ind. ( 
(1820), 100. Nos. 3863, 3867. 



3856. 



J 



Nos. 272c). 



Delavayi, Franch., I.e. 364. No. 2935. 

fulgens, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 442. Nos. 138, 

2733. 

Campanumoea 

javanica, Blume, Bijdr. (1825-6), 727. No. 1109. 

Camp sis 

grandiflora (Thunb.), K. Schum., in Engl, et Prantl, Natiirl. 
Pflanzenfam , iv, 3b (1894), 230. No. 2690. 

Cannabis 

sativa, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753), 1027. No. 4761. 

Capparis 

tenera, Dalz., in Hook. Kew Journ., ii (1850), 41. No. 2028. 

Capsicum 

annuum, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (i753)> l88 - No - 44**i- 

Caragana 

Franchetiana, Komarow, in Act. Hort. Petrop., xxix (1909), 300. 

Nos. 1121, 1123, 2114. 
tibetica, Komarow vel aff., I.e. 282. No. 2270. 

Cardamine 

Franchetiana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 205. 

No. 2225. ^ ._„. 

granulifera (Franch.), Diels, I.e. 204. Nos. 2140, 2189, 2258, 433o. 

A O O C A 

Griffithii, Hook. f. et Thorns., in Journ. Linn. Soc, v (1861), 146. 

Nos. 4340, 4343. 
hirsuta, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 655. Nos. 1099, 433 T > 4993- 
macrophylla, Willd., Sp. PL iii (1800), 484. Nos. 27 f™ 6 ^ 38; 
multijuga, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxin (1886), 399- *«• 

repens, Franch., under Dentaria, I.e., xxxii (1885), 5- No - i|f ' q8 . 
yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxui (1880), 39* 

Nos. 2305, 4334. 

Carduus 

crispus, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (i753)> 821. No. 2324. 



346 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Carex 

atrata, Linn., subsp. pullata (Boott), Kiikenth., in Engl. Pflan- 

zenreich, Cyp.-Caricoideae (1909), 400. Nos. 2290, 4905, 4908. 
atrofusca, Schkuhr, var. minor, Boott, Illustr. i (1858), 71. No. 

2359- 
baccans, Noes, in Wight, Contrib. (1834), I22 - Nos. 331, 881. 

cruciata, Wahlenb., in Kongl. Vet.-Akad. Stockh. Handl., xxiv 

(1803), 149. Nos. 879, 880. 
Dieisiana, Kiikenthal, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 

10. Nos. 2141. 2147. 
drepanorrhyncha, Franch. (?), PI. David, ii, 141, in Nouv. Arch. 

Mus. Hist. Nat. Par. ser. 3, ix (1897), 178, et x (1898), 94. 

No. 2T42. 

Forrestii, Kiikenthal, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 
9. No. 2088. 

Jackiana, Boott, f. oxyphylla (Franch.), Kiikenth., in Engl. Pflan- 
zenreich, Cyp.-Caricoideae (1909), 638. No. 4972. 

nubigena, D. Don, in Trans. Linn. Soc, xiv (1825), 326. Nos. 2837, 
49°3- 

polycephala, Boott, Illustr. Carex, i (1858), 4. No. 4896. 

rara, Boott, subsp. capillacea, Boott, in Engl. Pflanzenreich, Cyp.- 
Cancoideae (1909), 102. No. 4966. 

rubro-brunnea, C. B. Clarke, var. taliensis (Franch.), Kiikenth., 

in Engl. Pflanzenreich, Cyp.-Caricoideae (1909), 344. No. 4992. 
sp. No. 4959. 

Carpesium 

abrotanoides, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 860. No. 98. 
cernuum, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 859. Nos. 651, 1016, 4003. 
nepalense Less in Linnaea, vi (1831), 234. No. 2748. 
trachehfohum, Less., I.e. 233. No. 2680. 

Carpinus 

cordata, Bl., Mus. Bot. Lugd.-Bat., i (1849-51), 309. No. 533. 

Carum 

caudatum Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, vi (1894), 126. 
No. 2802. 

coloratum Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 287. 
Nos. 2874, 3060. 

conaceum Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, vi (1894), 127. Nos. 
537,2673,4617. v J ^' 

cruciatum Franch., I.e. 124. No. 4620. 

Delavayi Franch., I.e. 120. Nos. 77, 2371. 

dohchopodum, Diels, in Notes Roy.Bot: Gard. Edin., v (1912), 287. 



No. 2872. 
He, Franch 
4623. 

pityophilur 
No. 3078. 



No. 



purpureum,^ Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, vi (1894), 127. 



No. 2854. 



scaberulum, Franch., I.e. 125. No. 54=; 

scabenflum, Franch., var. ambrosiaefolium, Franch., I.e. 126. No. 

schizopetalum, Franch in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, ii (1890), 199- 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 347 

Carum — continued. 

tenerum (DC)., Franch., I.e. vi (1894), 122. No. 2852. 
yunnanense, Franch., I.e. 128. Nos. 538, 547, 4624. 

Caryopteris 

divaricata, Maxim., in Bull. Acad. Petersb., xxiii (1877), 390. No. 474. 
Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 296. Nos. 
79, 100. 

Cassia 

mimosoides, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753). 379. No. ion. 

Cassiope 

fastigiata, D. Don, in Edinb. N. Phil. Journ., xvii (1834), I 56. No. 

489- 
selaginoides, Hook. 1. et Thorns., in Hook. Kew Journ. Bot., vii 
(1855), 126. No. 5064. 

Castanea 

vulgaris, Lam., Encycl. Bot., i (1783), 708. No. 4599. 

Castanopsis 

selerophylla (Lindl.), Schottky in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vii 
(1912) 41. No. 532. 

Catalpa 

Duclouxii, Dode, in Bull. Soc. Dendr. Fr. (1907), 201. Nos. 612, 
2121, 4679. 

Cautleya 

lutea, Royle, Illustr. Bot. Himal. (1839), 361. Nos. 1890, 4805. 

Celsia 

coromandeliana, Vahl, Symb. Bot., iii (i794)> 79- No - 2 533- 

Cephalanthera 

falcata, Lindl., Gen. and Sp. Orch. (1830-40), 412. Nos. 2188, 4870. 

Cerastium 

vulgatum, Linn., Fl. Suec. ed. 2 (1755), 158. Nos. 2036, 4305, 49«9- 

Ceratostigma 

Griffith!!, Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 481- Nos. 601, 
3107. 

Ceropegia 

Balfouriana, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913). 

18. No. 2204. 
dohchophyUa, Schltr., I.e. 17. No. 4738. 

Ceteracb 

S P- No. 4933. 

Cheilanthes 

S P. Nos. 19, 4931. 

Chelonopsis 

odontochila, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 2 4 u. 



Nos. 22, 600. 



34^ Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



mm 



Botrys, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 219. No. 3090. 

Chionanthus 

retusus, LindL, in Paxt. Fl. Gard., iii. (1852-3), 83. Nos. 556, 
2027. 

Chloris 

barbata (Linn.), Sw., Fl. Ind. Occ, i (1797), 200. No. 346. 

virgata, Sw., I.e. 203. Nos. 352. 361. 

Chlorophytum 

cWnense, Bur. et Franch. vel aff., in Journ. de Bot., v (1891), 154. 

platystemon, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 299. 
No. 2698. v y ^ J 

stenostachyum, Diels, I.e. vii (1912), 173— nomen. No. 2893. 

Chrysanthemum 

indicum, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 889. No. 3. 

tatsienense, Bur. et Franch., in Journ. de Bot,. v (1891), 72. No. 36. 

Chrysosplenium 

Davidianura, Decne. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., ix (1877), 762. Nos. 

2024,2079,5028,5038. V UhJ 

±<orrestu, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 282. No. 

Gri ^' 2^ 3 f 4 699 et Th ° mS -' m J ° Urn - Linn ' Soc " « < l8 ^ 74 - 

Cimicifuga 

foetida, Linn., Syst. ed. 12 (1767), 659. Nos. 514.. 982, 2605, 439*- 

Circaea 

SdS^fe \P' (I753) ' 9- Nos. 562. 2922, 4748. 

™n ata i R ^ le ' IUustr - Bot. Himal. (1830) In No 27S4 

molhs, Sieb. et Zuee., in Abh. Altai. 8BS iv (1847), i 3 4- No. 

Circaeaster 

agresds, Maxim., in Bull. Acad. Petersb., xxvii (1881), 557- No. 

Cirrhopetalum 
* mP] ^7^l\? 17 mes R °y- B»t. Gard. Edin., vni (1913). * 
emargmatum, Finet, in' Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xliv (1897), 269. No- 
Citrus 



Auranfum, Linn., Sp. PI. {lm)> ^ No ^ 



Cladonia 



»P- Nos. 4945> 4945 _ 4g47] 4948 _ 4w> ^ 



Clem 



Armand 



» m m 



Nos. i 93> 49 8 5 . 






Species in Alphabetical Order. 



349 



Clematis — continued. 



s j 



chrysocoma, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 362. Nos. ' 

2006, 2428. 
Delavayi, Franch., var. spinescens, Balf. f. ex Diels, in Notes Roy. 

Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 262. No. 92. 
fasciculiflora, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 5. Nos. 156, 179, 471, 

4353- 
Gouriana, Roxb., Hoit. Beng. (1814), 43. Nos. 2715, 4356. 

grata, Wall., PI. As. Rar., i (1830), 83. Nos. 217, 260, 2419, 4355. 

Henryi, Oliv., in "Hook. Ic. PL, xix (1889), 1. 1819. No. 824. 

lasiandra. Maxim., in Act. Hort. Petrop., xi (1890), 7. No. 3065. 

montana, Ham., ex DC. Syst., i (1818), 164. Nos. 2017, 2020, 2085, 

2246, 4354, 4358, 4359. 
montana, Ham., f. grandiflora. Nos. 189, 416. 
nutans, Royle, Illustr. Bot. Himal. (1839), &• No - 2 775- 
pterantha, Dunn, in Hook. Ic. PI., xxviii (1901), t. 2713. No. 4686. 
ranunculoides, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxin (1886), 360. 

Nos. 180, 302, 3064. 
trullifera, Finet et Gagnep., I.e. i (1904), 547- Nos - 1 7$> 2 94 l - ^ 
urophylla, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Linn. Par., i (1884), 433- ™. 

1061. 
yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxm (1886), 301- ^ os - 

3022, 4357. 

Clerodendron 

foetidum, Bge., Enum. PL Chin. Bor. (1831), 52- Nos. 366, 1023, 



3001. 



Jard 



Nos. 578, 988, 2532. 



Clethra 



Delavayi, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 37°- Xo - 4 I 7 I - 

Clintonia c A > 

udensis, Trautv. et Mey., in Middend. Reise (Fl. Ochot., i»5&). 92- 
Nos. 269, 2406, 4834. 

Cnicus .( 

chinensis, Maxim., in Mel. Biol., ix (1877), 331- Xos - 2 93<>. 2 94*>, 

eriophoroides, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., hi (1882), 363. Nj 922- 2<^ 
Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), V*>. *<>• 

involu 3 c 7 ratus, Wall, ex DC, Prod., vi (1837), 6 39- *<>• f g£ . Iq6 . 
tahensis, J. F. Jeffrey, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), >>• 

No. 10. 

Cobresia . vu ari *h i r 

capillifoha (Decne.), C. B. Clarke, var. condensata, Kukentr.., 1. . 

viii (1913) , q. No. 2473. . T _ T - n c or xxxvi 

cercostachys (Franch.), C B. Clarke, in Journ. Linn, boc, 



(1903), 267. No. 2214. 



C BuTZt Ms, in Notes Roy. Bo,. Gard. Edin., v (^ X* 



No. 2731. 

r olvill; 
3851. 



J 



Nos. 886, 2732, 



350 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Codonopsis — continued. 
Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 171. Nos. 

48, 3852. 
macrocalyx, Diels, I.e. 170. No. 3008. 

meleagris, Diels, I.e. 172. No. 2674. 

ovata, Benth., in Royle, Illustr. Bot. Himal. (1839), 2 53- No. 83. 

tubulosa, Komarow, in Act. Hort. Petrop., xxix (1908), 112. Nos. 

3853, 3854- 

Coelogyne 

corymbosa, Lindl., Fol. Orchid., Coelog. (1854), 7. No. 4880. 

Coix 

Lachryma-Jobi, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 972. Nos. 1116, 4921. 

Coleus 

" wulfenioides, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 231. 

No. 126. 

Colquhounia 

decora, Diels, I.e. 240. No. 327A. 

vestita, Wall., var. mollis, Prain, in Journ. As. Soc. Beng., lxii, 
pt. 11 (1893), 37. Nos. 620, 627, 4533. 

Commelina 

nudiflora Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 41. No. 4846. 

obliqua, Ham., ex D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 45. No. 814. 

Congea 

tomentosa, Roxb., PL Corom. iii (1819), 90. No. 1144. 

Convolvulus 

parviflorus, Vahl, Symb. Bot., iii (1794), 29. No. 618. 

Conyza 

pinnatifida, Dunn, in Journ. Linn. Soc. Bot., xxxv (1903), 502. No. 
stricta, Willd., Sp. PL, iii (1800), 1922. No. 1114. 

Coriandrum 

sativum, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 25 6. No. 4631. 

Coriaria 

nepalensis, Wall., PL As. Ran, iii (1832), 67. Nos. 205, 2591. 

Corispermum 

sp. No. 517. 
Cornus 

capitata Wall., in Roxb. FL Ind. ed. Carey, i (1820), 4 34- Nos. V> 
2 39 x > 4700. J v T 

Chm Nn SiS ;. Wangerin ' in Fedde > Re P er t- Nov. Sp., vi (1908), loo- 
Alonbeigii, HemsL, in Kew Bull fioool «q Noq qRo 2421. 

oblonga, Wan., in Roxb. Fl. fad. S & effect ^ Vo. jto 
Corydalis 

Balf0 N U os? n 67; 68 dS ' ^ N ° teS R ° y - Bot Gard ' Edin " v (I9I2) ' 2M ' 









Species in Alphabetical Order. 351 

Corydalis — continued. 
Bulleyana, Diels, I.e. 256. No. 2249. 

cheirifolia, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., viii (1894), 285. Nos. 2388, 
2728. 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 393. No. 
2387. 

gracilis, Franch., I.e. 395. No. 2825. 

heterocentra, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 255. 
No. 4382. 

homopetala, Diels, I.e. 254. No. 4379. 
micropoda, Franch., PL David, i (1884), 29. No. 4975. 
ophiocarpa, Hook. f. et Thorns., FL Ind., i (1855), 259. No. 4380. 
oxypetala, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 392. X . 

4383, 4384. 
pachycentra, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 45. No. 2389. 

pulchella, Franch., I.e. 45. No. 2227. 

stenantha, Franch, I.e. 49. Nos. 486, 2381. 

taliensis, Franch, I.e. 48. No. 2247. 

tibetica, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. pachypoda, Franch., PL Delav. 

(1889), 51. No. 2191. 
yunnanensis, Franch., var. megalantha, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. 

Gard. Edin., v (1912), 255. Nos. 223, 292, 2597, 4381. 

Corylopsis 

yunnanensis, Diels, I.e. 226. Nos. 3098, 4095, 4731. 

Cotoneaster 

acuminata, Lindl.. in Trans. Linn. Soc, xiii (1822), 101. No. 2301. 
angustifolia, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 221. No. 2511. 
buxifolia, Wall., forma cochleata, Franch., I.e. 224. No. 2311. 
Francheti, Bois, in Rev. Hort. (1902), 379. No. 4428. 
hebephylla, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 273. 



Nos. 283, 2110. 



4465 



insculpta, Diels, in' Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 273. 



No. 800. 



microphylla, Wall., ex Lindl. Bot. Reg. (1827), t. 1114. No. 2223. 
pannosa, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 223. No. 2514. 
verruculosa, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., V (1912;, 27;. 
No. 4427. 



Cotula 

anthemoides, Linn., Sp. PL (1753). 8 9*- No - 4 o8 5- 

Craibiodendron _ _.. , TnT „» 

Forrestii, W. W. Smith, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912;, 
160. No. 1143. 

Crataegus 

crenulata, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), 3«- No - 4431- 
Henryi, Dunn, in Journ. Linn. Soc. Bot., xxxv {1903), 494- 

4430, 4432. 

BuTleyIna a G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., rv (1907), 
77- ■ No. 839. 



352 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Crawfurdia — continued. 



5076. 



Wall 



Nos. 2967, 3023, 



Trailliana, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1907), 76. 
No. 963. 

Cremanthodium 

campanulatum (Franch.), Diels, I.e. (1912), 36. Nos. 465, 2751. 
Decaisnei, C. B. Clarke, Comp. Ind. (1876), 168. No. 2736. 
Delavayi (Franch.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 

203. No. 4049. 
Forrestii, Jeffrey, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 191. 

Nos. 638, 660. 
nobile (Franch.), Diels, I.e. (1912), 157. No. 2724. 
rhodocephalum, Diels, in Notes Rov. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 190. 



No. 2665. 



Crepis 



No. 4025. 



j 



japonica, Benth., Fl. Hongk. (1861), 194. Nos. 646, 822, 1015, 
4083. 

paleacea, Diels, in Notes Rov. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 202. No. 
2708. 

rigescens, Diels, I.e. 202. Nos. 2192, 4050. 

rosularis, Diels, I.e. 201. No. 2776. 

silhetensis, Hook. f. (?) Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 397. No. 2090. 

Stohczkai, C. B. Clarke, Comp. Ind. (1876), 397. No. 2554. 



J 



No. 3004 



Crotalaria 



albida, Heyne, ex Roth, Nov. PI. Sp. (1821), 333. No. 4221. 



9 8 



j 



No. 



capitate, Benth., ex Baker in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 74- 
Nos. 1059, 4223. 

sessiliflora, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 2 (1763), 1004. No. 1090. 
yunnanensis. Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 151. Nos. 2439, 4224. 



Cucubalus 

baccifer, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 4I4 . Nos . ^ 43I2 . 

Cucumis 

sativus, Linn., I.e. (1753), 1012. No. 4456. 

Curculigo 

crassifoha (Baker), Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., vi (1892), 2 7 9- No ' 
4799. * y 

Cuscuta 

r C eflevfL La K m -b? n r yC -' U (l ^ 228. No. 611. 

etxt'^t^ Nos. 1055, 3014. T . , 

renexa Koxb., t. brachystigma, Engelm., in Trans. Acad. St. Louis, 1 

(1859), 519- No. 617. 
renexa, Roxb, . grandiflora, Engelm, I.e. 518. No. 2980. 






Species in Alphabetical Order. 353 



Cyananthus 



J 



327 



formosus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 172. No. 
2726. 

Forrestii, Diels, I.e. 173. No. 955. 



(1887), 281. No. 324. 



J 



incanus, Hook. f. et Thorns., var. leiocalyx, Franch., I.e. 279. Nos. 



977, 3848. 

tus, Hook .. 

Nos. 322, 2953, 2978. 



3849- 



J 



Journ. Linn^Soc, ii (1858), 21. 
Bot., i (1887), 280. Nos. 3045, 









macrocalyx, Franch., I.e. 279. Nos. 106, 2530, 3847. 

Cyanotis 

barbata, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 46. Nos. 1008, 1017, 2691, 
4842, 4844. 

Cyathocline 

lyrata, DC, Prod, v (1836), 373. No. 4080. 

Cymbidium 

Forrestii, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 23. 

No. 415. 
grandiflorum, Griff., Not., iii (1851), 342. Nos. 240, 4857. 
longifolium, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 36. No. 4856. 
pumilum, Rolfe, in Kew Bull. (1907), 130. No. 233. 
virescens, Lindl., in Bot. Reg. (1838), Misc., 37. No. 328. 

Cynanchum 

Bodinieri, Schltr., mss. in Herb. Berlin. Nos. 2645, 4713. 
Forrestii, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vin (1913), i5- 
Nos. 2216, 2241, 4662. 

Cynodon 

Dactylon (Linn.), Pers., Syn. PI., i (1805), 85. No. 358. 

Cynoglossum .. A 

amabile, Stapf et Drumm., in Kew Bull. (1906), 202. Nos. 609, 

? Dunnianum^ 5 Dielt' in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 

168. Nos. 2004, 4476. _ 4nT 

micranthum, Desf., Cat. Hort. Par. (1804), 220. Nos. 899, 4471- 
triste, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 109- wo. 

2235. 

Cyperorchis XT m ,. 

elegans (Lindl.), Bl., Rumphia, iv. (1848), 47- Nos - 33o- 9° 4 " 

Cyperus 

pilosus, Vahl, Enum., ii (1806), 354- No - I0 5 ' 

Cypripedium . , M Kn ^ a a 

arietinum, R. Br., in Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 2, y ■ (1813) £■■ **£f 
corrugatum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., vui (1894), 251- «<>• 2 3"« 

23 



Journ 



354 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Cypripedium— continued. 

ebracteatum, Rolfe, in Kew Bull. (1896), 204. No. 4855. 
fasciolatum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot. 3 viii (1894), 232. No. 2429. 
luteum, Franch., PL David., ii (1888), 126. No. 2341. 

margaritaceum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 7, xii (1891), 
141. No. 2264. 

tibeticum, King ex Rolfe, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxix (1892), 320. 
No. 157. 

Cystacanthus 

paniculatus, T. 
No. 5025. 

Dactylis 

glomerata, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 71. No. 2772. 

Dalbergia 

mimosoides, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 187. No. 4220. 

Danthonia 

CaCh 9T2882: JaUb ' 6t SP " IUuStn ' iv (l850 " 3) ' #' Nos ' 9°3. 

Daphne 

aurantiaca Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 285. 

AiU« 4 J. J. s # 

Datura 

Stramonium, Linn., Sp. PI. ( I753) , I?g . No< ^ 

Daucus 

Carota, Linn., I.e. (1753), 242 . No . ^ 

Davallia 

sp. No. 956. 

Deeringia 

celosioides, R. Br., Prod. (rSro), 4x3. No . I<HI . 

Delphinium 

BU "vTS, ^No' 2 e 4 Diek ' " Notes ^ B ot' ^rd. Edin.. 
Cera S°S; 3g%» B "»- Soc Bot. F,, xxxia (I 886), 377- 

Delavay,, Franch., I.e. 379. Nos. 231, 26o4 , 2 86l, ,862, 2963, 4368, 
Forrestii, D, els , i, Xotes Roy . Bo( ^ ^ y ^ ^ ^ 

grandiflorum Linn <^r. pi /,.,._ n 

Hkiangense, Franch' in B„ f 75 ^' 5 S.-, £ 0S ' l8 * 2 ° 2 ' 2o82 ' 3 ° 27 ; 
No. 2903 Soc ' Phl1 ' Par - ser. 8, v (1893), 180. 

micropetalum, Fin. et Gagnep., i„ Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., Ii ( I9 o 4 ), 479- 

m ° S ™6 FranCh - » Bu »- Soc Phil. Pa, ser. 8, v (1893). 168. 
ynnnanense, Franch., I.e. l66 . N os . 3977, 3035 . 



No. 2236. 













Species in Alphabetical Order. 355 

Dendrobium 

, Bulleyi, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1013) 20 

No. 1091. 

clavatum, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., v (1890), 746. Nos 
1142, 4881. 

Desmodium 

cinerascens, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 174. No. 2517. 

floribundum, G. Don, Gen. Syst., ii (1832), 297. Nos. 4243, 4246, 
4247. 

Griffithianum, Benth., in Miq. PL Jungh. (1851-5), 222. No. 4236. 
hispidum, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 174. No. 1042. 

parvifolinm, DC, in Ann. Sc. Nat. ser. 1, iv (1825), 100. Nos. 4254, 
4255, 4994. 

rhabdocladum, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 173. No. 4226. 
Scalpe, DC, Prod., ii (1825), 334. No. 1118. 

Deutzia 

corymbosa, R. Br., in Hook. f. FL Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 406. No. 

5°34- 
discolor, HemsL, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxiii (1887), 275. Nos. 

558, 2095, 5031, 5033. 
longitolia, Franch., var. grandiflora, Franch., mss. in Herb. Pans. 



No. 557- 

itolia, Bge., var. purpi 
(1896), 283. No. 5035. 



J 



Diapensia 

Bulleyana, G. Forrest ex Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 
. (1912), 207. No. 1853. 

Dicentra 

thalictrifolia, Hook. f. et Thorns., FL Ind., i (1855). 273- No. 838. 
torulosa, Hook. f. et Thorns., I.e. 272. Nos. 134, 2828. 

Dichrocephala ft 

Benthami, Clarke, Comp. Ind. (1876), 36. Nos. 807, 2587. 4°5»- 
latifolia, DC, in Guill. Archiv. Bot., ii (1833), 5i»- ho - 6 4 x - 

Dicliptera , 

riparia, Nees, in Wall. PL As. Rar., iii (1832), 112. No. 013. 
Roxburghiana, Nees, I.e. III. No. 1024. 

Didissandra , , M . K 

amabilis, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 224. u . 
lanugtoi^B. Clarke, in DC Monog. Phan., v (1883), 66. No. 
lanuginosa, C B. Clarke, var. flabellata, Franch., mss. in Herb. Paris. 

lanugtost^iarke, var. lancifolia, Franch pro- sp. in Noov. Arch. 

Mus. Par. ser. 2, x (1887-8), 63. Nos. 5&7» 5»- 
muscicola, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 119 h 

No enne 



Didy 



No. 5095. 



idymocarpus . ,. M Hist . Nat. Par., 

aurea (Franch.), Diels, under Roettlera, in Bull. Mus. n 
v (i8qq), 2^0. No. 4803. 



( l8 99)» 250. No. 4803. 



356 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Digitaria 

sanguinalis (Linn.), Scop., Fl. Cam. ed. 2, i. (1772), 52. Nos. 351, 
360. 

Dioscorea 

Collettii, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., vi (1892), 290. No. 4714. 
Fargesii, Franch., in Rev. Hort. (1896), 540. Nos. 2566, 4762. 
Hemsleyi, Prain et Burkill, in Journ. As. Soc. Beng., n.s., iv (1908), 

451. No. 2578. 
panthaica, Prain et Burkill, I.e. lxxiii, suppl. (1904), 6. No. 2267. 

Diospyros 

Balfouriana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 209. 
No. 4764. 

Dipelta 

yunnanensis.. Franch., in Rev. Hort. (1891), 247. Nos. 380, 2116.. 4641. 

Diplarche 

multiflora, Hook. f. et Thorns., in Hook. Kew Journ., vi (1854), 383- 
No. 626. 



ma 



iberideum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 404. No. 
2575. 

Dipsacus 

chinensis, Batal., in Act. Hort. Petrop., xiii, 18 (1894), 377. No. 

2678. 

inermis, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, i (1820), 367. No. 4652- 

Disporum 

pullum, Salisb, in Trans. Hort. Soc, i (1812), 331. Nos. 2251, 48^ 
4816,4817. " JO 

Diuranthera 

major, Hems] in Hook. Ic. PI., xxviii (1902), t. 2734. No. 4831. 
minor, C. H. Wright ex Hemsl., I.e. t. 2734. Nos. 2979, 4830 

Dopatrium 

junceum, Ham. ex Benth. Scroph. Ind. (1835), 31. No. 935. 

Doronicum 

™n^; Pa t in u Ct * Acad ' Petr °P- (1779). «> 271. Nos. 662, 666. 
yunnanense, Franch., mss. in Herb Paris No. 2663. 

Draba 

amplexicaulis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 4 o3- 



No. 4328. 
tibetica, Hool 

No. 2177. 
yunnanensis, 

No. 2076. 
yunnanensis, I 

Dracocephalum 



J 



No. 2210. 



bU "" '^^X %£** " Notes R »y- Bot - Gard - Edl "-' 



V 









Species in Alphabetical Order. 357 

Dracocephalum — continued. 

tanguticum, Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xi (1881), 307. Nos. 604, 605, 

3033- 
urticifolium, Miq., in Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugd. Bat., ii (1865-6), 109. 



No. 4536. 



Dregea 



J 



No. 2392. 



Drosera 

peltata, Sm. ex Willd., Sp. PI., i (1797), 1546. Nos. 182, 2742, 4393. 

Drymaria 

cordata, Willd. ex Roem, et Schult., Syst, v (1819), 406. No. 811. 

Dumasia 

cordifolia, Benth. ex Baker, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 183. 

Nos. 820, 898. 
Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 247. No. 



1124. 



Eclipta 



Jav. Rar. (1848), 528. Nos. 549, 803. 



Ehretia 



corylifolia, Wright, in Kew Bull. (1896), 25. No. 4769. 



Elaeagnus 



Jahrb 



No. 860. 



Warburg, I.e. No. 519. , 

Thunb, Fl. Jap. (1784), 66. Nos. 2176, 4774> 4902. 



Elatostema 



2646, 4725. 



(Wall 



1 



(1869), 189. Nos. 



obtusum,'Wedd., in Ann. Sc. Nat. ser. 4, i (1854), I9°- Na 4734 
sessile, Forst., Char. Gen. (1776), 106. No. 4783. 

Eleusine 

indica (Linn.), Gaertn., Fruct. i (1788), 8. Nos. 353. 356- 

Elsholtzia 

blanda, Benth., Lab. Gen. et Sp. (1832-6), 162. No. 847. 
Bodinieri, Vaniot, in Bull. Acad. Geogr. Bot., xiv (1904). *7<>- 

communis^Coll. et Hemsl.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., 

. vii (1912), 47. Nos. 628, 831. 
enstata, Willd., Sp. PL, iii (1800), 59- No. 622. • 

Java, Benth., Lab. Gen. et Sp. (1832), 161. Nos. 523. ^93- 
heterophylla, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v W™h 

■ . No - 934- ,. , 



Nos. 



No. 830. 

•:: i^^a\ oaf). NOS. 



luteola, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 2 3 2 - 
Pilosa, Benth., Lab. Gen. et Sp. (1832-6), 163. Nos. 583, 947- 



No. 



358 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Elsholtzia— continued. 
polystachya, Benth,, Lc. 161. No. 629. 

Souliei, Leveille, in Fedde, Repert. Nov. Sp., ix (1911), 218. Nos. 
2681,4759. 

tristis, Leveille et Vaniot vel aff., in Fedde, Repert. Nov. Sp., viii 
(1910), 425. No. 4694. 

Embelia 

floribunda, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, ii (1824), 291. No. 
1065. 

prunifolia, Mez. in Engl. Pflanzenr., Myrsin. (1902), 316. No. 821. 

Emilia 

sonchifolia, DC, Prod, vi (1837), 302. No. 684. 

Enkianthus 

chinensis, Franch., in Journ. de Bot, ix (1895), 371. Nos. 437, 455- 

Ephedra 

Gerardiana, Wall., var. sikkimensis, Stapf, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., 
v (1890), 864. No. 2469. 

Epilobium 

F n ii St ; f ° h n m ,' Lin xV Sp - 5" (I ?53)> 347- Nos. 2759, 4457- 
*orrestu, Diels, m Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 254. No. 

himalayense, Hausskn., Monog. Epilob. (1884), 213. Nos. 2490, 



2589,2894,4463. 
SS^^A "■ ^13)^347. . Nos. 2613, 4461. 



Wall 



4464. 



Nos. 2820, 



Hausskn . 
Hausskn 



2491, 4459. 
sp. No. 4458. 

Epipactis 



Nos. 425, 2975. 

(iR^a). *2. Nos. 



consimilis, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825) 28 No 24<u 

^ n o a ; 4 L 8 ; n 3 dL ' m R ° yle Illust ^ Bot! HimaL (i8 4 3 5 9 4 ), 368. Nos 

Equisetum 

sp- No. 5083. 

Eragrostis 

megastachya, Link, Hort. BeroL, i (I 8° 7 M8 7 . No. 347- 



Eremurus 



Eria 



ensis, O. Fedtsch., in T 
No. 5081. J 



11. 



acervata, Lmd]., i» J ourn . Hort . g^ vi (J%I)> „„_ ^ 



Erianthus 



ful 



VU 8 4 , XeeS eX Steud -' S y n - PI- Gram. (1855), 409. Nos. 344- «4* 



Species in Alphabetical Order. ' 359 

Erigeron 

acris, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 863. No. 653. 

alpinus, Linn., I.e. 864. Nos. 633, 656, 670, 673, 998, 4088. 4089, 
4090. 

bellidioides, Benth., f. integrifolia, Franch., mss. in Herb. Paris. 
No. 2602. 

canadensis, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 863. Nos. 649, 882. 
linifolius, Willd., Sp. PL, iii (1800), 1955. No. 4045. 

multiradiatus, Benth., var. platyphyllus, Franch., mss. in Herb. Paris. 
No. 2654. 

patentisquama, J. F. Jeffrey, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 
(1912), 185. No. 43. 

Eriocaulon 

Henryanum, RuhL, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Eriocaul. (1903), 86. Nos. 

332, 2577, 4897- 5023. 
sp. No. 936. 

Eriophorum 

comosum, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., vi (1893), 664. No. 334. 

Eriophyton 

Wallichianum, Benth., in Wall. PL As. Rar., i (1829), 63. No. 2909. 

Erysimum 

cheiranthoides, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 661. Nos. 4329, 4999. 



166. No. 2788. 



J 



Erythrina 

arborescens, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), 53. No. 4250. 

Eugenia 

tetragona, Wight, Illustr. ii (1841-50), 16. No. 954. 

Eulophia 

Faberi, Rolfe, in Kew Bull. (1896), 198. No. 2093. 

Euonymus 

acanthocarpa, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 129. Nos. 300, 4711. 
amygdalifolia, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxm (1886), 



No. 4798 in part. 



cornuta, HemsL, in Kew Bull. (1893), 209. No. 1088. 
cornutoides, Loes., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vm (1913). 2 - 

No. 3094. XT 

grandiflora, Wall., in Roxb. FL Ind. ed. Carey, ii (1824), 4°4- Wo - 



Wall., sensu amplo, I.e. 403. No. 2295. 

_ A * fl .H- m -** ^fl ^v^^k 



J ah 



hupehensis, Loes., var 

xxix (1900), 436. No. 4742. 
anceifolia, Loes., in Engl. Jahrb., xxx (1902), 462. No- 1071. 
linearifolia, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxm (1886), 4o5- ^ os - 

PorphyreafLoes., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard., viii (IQI3)> 2 - No. 2240. 
roseoperulata, Loes., I.e. I. No. 4756. 

taliensis, Loes., I.e. 3. No. 4798 in part. . , „ v 

theifoiia, Wall., var vel forma, in Hook, 1 Fl. Brit. Ind., 1 (1872), 

°i2. No. 4717. 



360 Plant ae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Eupatorium 

cannabinum, Linn, ex Franchet, in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. Nat. 

Par. ser. 2, x (1888), 34. No. 4010. 
japonicum, Thunb., Fl. Jap. (1784), 308. No. 84< 1. 
Lindleyanum, DC, Prod., v (1836), 180. No. 3052. 
Wallichii, DC, var. heterophyllum (DC.) Prod., v. (1836), 180. Nos. 

654> 2513- 

Euphorbia 

Bulleyana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 219. No. 

2231. 
bupleuroides, Diels, I.e. 218. Nos. 224. 4596, 5008. 
glaucopoda, Diels, I.e. 219. No. 962. 
Helioscopia, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 459. No. 203. 



Jolkini 



Nos. 4595, 4597- 



No. 2375- 



megistopoda, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 218. 
No. 2237. 

nepalensis, Boiss., in DC. Prod., xv, 2 (1862), 157. No. 293. 
Stracheyi, Boiss., i.e. 114. No. 2165. 
thymifolia, Linn., Sp. PL (1753). 454. No. 101. 
Wallichii, Hook. f. vel aff., Fl. Brit. Ind., v (1887), 2 5 8 - 

Eurya 

acuminata, DC, Mem. Ternstr. (1823), 26. No. 4724. 

japonica, Thunb., Nov. Gen. (1781-1801), 67. Nos. 438, 444, 453 

Eutrema 

yunnanense, French., PL Delav. (1889), 61. Nos. 2331, 4337- 

Fagopyrum 



2609. 



Wall 



No. 



cymosum, Meissn. vel aff. No. 3012. 

esculentum, Moench., Meth. (1794), 290. No. 4586. 

Festuca 

duriuscula, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 74. Nos. 2574, 2795- 
ovina, Linn., I.e. 73. No. 4915. 
sp. Nos. 2357, 2536, 2838, 2841. 

Ficus 

foveolata, Wall, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., v (1888). 528. No. 850 
heteromorpha, HemsL, in Hook. Ic. PL (1897), tt 2 5 33-4- N 



* 



infectona, Roxb., FL Ind., iii (1832), 551. No. 4704. 

SE&S?* S°°, k - et Arn " Bot - Beech. Voy. (1841), 216. No. 8 7 7- 
pynformis Hoo k . etArn., var. ischnopoda, King? in Ann. Bot. Gard. 

dihJ V, ■' (l888 >' ^ No. 1070. 

silhetensis, Miq., Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugd. Bat., ii (1865-6), 223. N°- 



Filices 



*"Sk 4»7, 2 4939 2 4 9 V 95 ' ^ ""* ""' ^ & ' «* "* 

FimbristvliR 



diphylla Vahl vel aff., Enum., ii ( l8 o6), 289. Nos. 2582, 2584, 2688 



4907. 

squarrosa, Vahl, I.e. No. 336. 
sp. No. 339 . *>°- 



J 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 361 

Flemingia 

congesta, Roxb., ex Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 2, iv (1812), 349. No. 
1082. 

strobilifera, R. Br., in Ait, Hort. Kew., ed. 2, iv (1812), 350. No. 
910. 

Foeniculum 

vulgare, Mill., Gard. Diet., ed. 8 (1768), n. 1. No. 4634. 

Fragaria 

indica, Andr., Bot. Rep. (1807), t. 479. Nos. 2077, 4419, 5007. 
nilgerrensis, Schlt. ex J. Gay, in Ann. Sc. Nat. ser. 4, viii (1857). 

206. Nos. 4418, 4984. 
vesca, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 494. No. 2201. 

Fritillaria 

cirrhosa, D. Don, Prodr. Fl. Nepal. (1825), 51. Nos. 490, 515, 2217. 



J 



Nos. 2179, 



2313. 



Souliei, Franch., I.e. 211. Nos. 495, 497. 

Galium 



^* *^fr » A A 

asperifolium, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, i (1880), 381. No. 



4640. 



Wall., I.e. 382. No. 2804. 



cicgcuis, wan., i.e. 302. ino. 2:004. 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 279. No. 

2363- 
modestum, Diels, I.e. 280. No. 4978. 

nephrostigmaticum, Diels, I.e. 279. No. 4638. 

triflorum, Michx., Fl. Bor. Am., i (1820), 80. Nos. 2380, 4637. 

sp. (sterilis ?). No. 4636. 

Gaultheria 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 210. Nos. 



.4175, 4i83- 



J 



Nos. 



Hoofit^Kfke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., hi (1882), 458. N°- 5066. 
trichophylla, Royle, Illustr. Bot. Himal. (1839), 260. Nos. 4188, 
4190, 5003. 

Gentiana . Q ai 

albescens, Franch. ex Kusnez., in Act. Hort. Petrop., xv (1898;, 

4°9- Nos. 460, 2712. XT nft -, An f. n 

aprica, Decne., in Jacquem. Voy. Bot. (1844), » Nos ^?i 4 f 20 
asterocalyx, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912). 220. 



No. 2415. 

bella. Fran oh in J 



No. 2349. 



cephalantha, Franch., I.e. 125. Nos. 28, 70°' 2 99°; 3™7- N 

Clarkei, Kusnezow, in Act. Hort. Petrop., xv (1904), W 

II20. ^ _ „ ; 



II29. 

iicaulis, Duthie ex Bu: 
(1906), 311. No. 2897. 
cyananthiflora, Franch., in J 



J 



~j «.n<tn minora, ^rancn., in join 11. «-"»*■ • 

Nos. 2899, 3017, 303I- r, , r rA Edin v (IQI2), 220 

decorata, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v y j 

' n , Nos - 302i, 3827. . , T o H , m> So. 309 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxi (1884), 377- 



362 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Gentiana — continued. 
detonsa, Rottb. in Kjob. Selsk. Skrift., x (1770), 935. Nos. 49, 120, 

250, 403, 3026. 
Duclouxii, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlvi (1899), 305. Nos. 

470, 701. 
fastigiata, Franch., I.e. xxxi (1884), 2>75- No. I0 9- 
gentilis, Franch., I.e., xliii (1896), 491. Nos. 2493, 3037. 
Georgei, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 221. No. 

3110. 
Harrowiana, Diels, I.e. 221. No. 3825. 

heptaphylla, Balf. f. et G. Forrest, I.e., iv (1907), 72. Nos. 45, 405. 
leptoclada, Balf. f. et G. Forrest, I.e. iv (1907), 71. No. 409. 
maeulchanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xliii (1896), 488. 



No. 3822. 

indrifolia, 

Nos. 3013, 3048. 



J 



microdonta, Franch., I.e. 130. Nos. 410, 2957, 3826. 
microphyta, Franch., I.e. 130. No. 3834. 

ornata, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 116. Nos. 408, 
3028. 

ornata, Wall., var. alba, Balf. f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., 

iv. (1907), 72. Nos. 24, 408A. 
otophora, Franch., in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxvi (1890), 130. No. 3824. 
phyllocalyx, Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 116. 



Nos. 401, 402, 3831, 3832. 



413- 



J 



Nos. 354> 



puberula, Franch., I.e. 132. No. 2067. 

rhodantha, Franch., I.e. 133. Nos. 23, 414. 

rigescens, Franch., I.e. 134. Nos. 1048, 3091. 

robustior, Burkill, mss. ex Diels in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., 

v (1912), 196— nomen. No. 3833. 
scanosa, Balf. f. et G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv 

^W). 74- No. 404. 
Serra, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxi (1884), 376. Nos. 

301, 3040. 

sikkimensis, Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 114. Nos. 
55, 3829. 

stellanae folia, Franch., in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxvi (1890), I35> 
No. 3020. 

stylophora, Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 118. Nos. 

412,1057,3828. 
tahensis, Balf. f. et G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv 

1907), 75- No. 702. 
Irailhana, G. Forrest, I.e. 69. No. 350. 
yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc'. Bot. Fr., xxxi (1884), 37 6 - 

Nos. 30, 407, 3019, 3082. 

* 

Genus 

(?) No. 527. 

Geranium 

candicans R. Knuth, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Geraniaceae (1912), &■ 
No. 1879. 

Forrestii, Knuth, I.e. 578. No. 4282. 
kanense, Knuth, I.e. 577. No. 97. 
. nepalense, Sweet, Geran. i (1820). 1. 12. Nos. ^270. 4280. 4Q56, 49^. 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 363 



Geranium— co ntinu i. 

platylobum (Franch.), R. Knuth, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Geraniaceae 

(1912), 183. No. 132. 
platypetalum, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), ill. Nos. 66, 4283. 
Pylzowianum, Maxim., in Mel. Biol., x (1880), 633. No. 2637. 
strictipes, R. Knuth, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Geraniaceae (1912), 581. 

No. 2369. . 

Vlassovianum. Fisch. ex Link, Enum. Hort. Berol., 11 (1822), 197. 

NO. 428l. , T r 

Wallichianum, D. Don, in Sweet, Geran., i (1820), t. 90. No. 2502. 



Gerbera 

Anandria 



J 



No. 2187. 

, 68. Nos. 634, 



piloselloides, Cass., in Diet. Sc. Nat., xviii (1820), 461. No. 4029. 



Geum 

elatum. Wall 



Sieversia in 111. Bot. 



Himal. (1839), 207. No. 2212. 3 

stnetum, Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. I, n (i7 8 9)> 2I 7- 1NOb - D ^ 



4424. 

Girardinia 



iraraima ... . c _ a\ T fin No. 57- 

condensata, W Id., in Arch. Mus. Par. vin (1855-6). *9- "° 57 



Gleditschia 



Delavayi, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 189. No. 4751- 

Gleichenia 

sp. No. 298. 

Glycine • • tt«il Acad Petersb., xviii (1873), 

hispida (Moench.), Maxim., in Bull. Acad. 

398. No. 4263. 
GlycvrrhizcL 

echinata, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753). 74*- Na 2355 ' 

Gnaphalium ■ ., . r *a) 21. Nos. 671, 949» 

hypoleucum, DC, in Wight, Contnb. (1834). 

2831, 4073- , , w Rri t Ind., hi (* 882 >' * 88, 

multiceps, Wall., in Hook. L Fl. Brit, ma, 

2520, 4074. 

Goldbachia Fr>> xxx iii (1886), 4« 8 . No. 

lancifolia, Franch., in Bull. boc. Bot. rr., 
2317- 

G <>odyera { . . • naea , xxii (1849). 86l> N °' 

Schlechtendaliana, Rchb. U * Linnaea, 

4874. 

Gordonia n ,. _** No 1081. 

anomala, Spreng., Syst., in (i 8 * 6 )' 120. 

Gramineae ." ^ 2840, 2877* 49* 6 . 49*9. 



4922. 



844: 



364 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



NOS. 1122. 2l6l. 



Gueldenstaedtia 

yunnanensis, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 164. 

Gymnadenia 

conopsea, R. Br., in Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 2, v (1813), 191. No. 142 
pseudo-diphylax, Kranzlin, in Engl. Jahrb., xxxvi Beibl. 82 (190s) 
25. Nos. 2972, 4885. y 

Gynostemma 

pedatum, Bl., Bijdr. (1825-6), 23. No. 4739. 

Gynura 

angulosa DC., Prod., vi (1837), 298. No. 1039. 
pmnatifida, DC, I.e. 301. No. 2721. 

Habenaria 

acuifera, LindL. Gen. and Sp. Orch. (ifoo-40) 12s No t8* 
tC 2 S ,i )\f^ f ' e \^ itch - et ^ - TrL. Linn^Soe. ser. 

R II ' xi ,r 6) -' II3 ' N ° S - 2704, 2739. 

Bulleyi, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 25. No. 
Delavayi, Finet, in Rev. Gen. Bot., xiii (1901), 527. Nos. 2677, 
diceras, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 101. No. 
diplonema, Schltr., I.e. 100. No. 2812 
ens^hW i R S fe r lC - ^^3), 25. No. 906. 

No. 2875 «ures Koy. tfot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 101. 



2746. 
siana, _ 
256, 257. 



J 



No. 



J 



Nos. 






Halenia 



*; 55*w Trans ' Linn - Soc - x ™ <l837) ' 529 - Nos ' l6% 

Haloragis 



J 



Hedera 



25. No. 3109. 



J 



Helix, Lmn . ; ^ pi (i7 . 3)j 2Q2 Nos ^ ^ 



mm 

iiflorum 
4810. 



No. 



Forrestii, Diels, fa Notes Roy. Bo,. Gard. Edin., v ( I9 ia), 304. No. 



yunnanense 
4811. 



No. 






Species in Alphabetical Order. 365 

Hedyotis 

stipulata, R. Br., Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 63. Nos. 563. 
4678. 

uncinella, Hook, et Arn., Bot. Beech. Voy. (1841), 192. No. 048. 

Hedysarum 

sikkimense, Benth. ex Baker, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1870) 
145. No. 2744. ' ' 

Heleocharis 

palustris, R. Br., Prod. (1810), 224. No. 4901. 

Helwingia 

chinensis, Batal., in Act. Hort. Petrop., xiii (1893), 97. Nos. 4609 
4610. 

rusciflora, Willd., Sp. PI., iv (1805), 716. No. 4608. 

Hemerocallis 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 298. No. 

2512. 
fulva, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 2 (1762), 462. Nos. 2400, 2632, 4836. 
fulva, Linn., var. angustifolia, Baker, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xi (1871), 

359- Nos. 492, 1896. 

Hemigraphis 

drymophila, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 162. 
No. 2774. 

Hemilophia 

pulchella, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 65. No. 2570. 

Hemiphragma 

heterophyllum, Wall., in Trans. Linn. Soc, xiii (1822), 612. Nos. 
220, 2018, 4784. 

Hemipilia * 

brevicalcarata, Finet, in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xliv (1897), 420. No. 

4868. . M 

Bulleyi, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vm (1913), 27- Nos. 



136, 204. 



Journ 



102, 2844. „, ... . . ^ 

Forrestii, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vm (1913), -7 



No. 865. 



ino. 005. 
Henryi, Rolfe, in Kew Bull. (1896), 203. No. 4»9°- r , 

yunnanensis (Finet, pro var.), Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 



Edin., v (1912), 98. No. 2397 

Hemsleya 

amabilis, Diels, I.e. 206. Nos. 4755. 477 2 

Heracleum 

candicans, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. 



Nos. 



scabrid^rn'Frtnch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, «i (1894). ** 

stenopteru 2 nt°bie 7 lsf in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), W 
No. 2847. 



366 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Herminium 

angustifolium, Benth. ex Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., vi (1890), 129. Nos. 
2784, 2876, 4877. 

coeloceras, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1Q12), 07. 
No. 4878. 

forceps, Schltr., I.e. 97. No. 3075. 
Forrestii, Schltr., I.e. 96. No. 2590. 
ophioglossoides, Schltr., I.e. 96. No. 2466. 

Souliei, Rolfe, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxxvi (1903), 51. No. 4864. 
unicorne, Kranzlin, in Fedde, Repert. Nov. Sp., v (1908). 199. No. 
2583. 

yunnanense, Rolfe, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 24. 
No. 907. 

Hesperis 

lutea, Maxim., in Bull. Acad. Petersb., xviii (1873), 282. No. 2563. 

Hibiscus 

Forrestii, Diels. in Notes Rov. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 252. No. 

993- 
Mamhot, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 696. No. 4295. . 
mutabihs, Linn., I.e. 694. No. 918. 
pungens, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), 52. No. 869. 
synacus, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 695. Nos. 441, 4288. 
Inonum, Linn., I.e. 697. Nos. 432, 3036. 

Holboellia 

angustifolia, Wall., Tent. Fl. Nep. (1824), 25. No. 4360. 

Hosta 

coerulea (Andr.), Tratt., Arch. Gewachs., i (1812), 55. No. 2737. 
plantaginea (Lam.), Aschers., Fl. Brandenb. (1864), 728. Nos. 893, 



5082. 



Houttuynia 



Hyd 



Jap. (1784), 234. No. 4801. 



altissima, Wall., Tent. Fl. Nep. (1824), 2. No 5044 
^^ D -£° n :' Prod - FL Ne P- (1825) 211. Nos 975, 2973, 4740. 
^503^ mm ' ACad - P ' t6rSb - "* * X (&fn^ 7. 

HtTe°nTa lla DC ' pE^/ l l ^ 2I1 ^ 2 ^ Nos - 4702, 5045- 

noriensia, UL., Prod., iv (18 ?o , iz No ^oai 
vesfta, WaH., Tent. Fl. Nep (i&J, .49 No. 2 8 3 o. 



Hydrocharis 



Morsus-ranae, Linn., Sp. PI. (l753) , I036 . No . m 



Hypecoum 



leptocarpum, Hook. f. et Thorns., Fl. Ind.. i (1855), 276. No. 2089 



m 



e1odeoiL Li r n h' SP - PL ( J?53), 7&1- No. 80. 

1^2: X 7^ n DC - Prod -> * ( l8 *4), 55i. Nos. 829, 2701, 



4296, 4297, 4298. 



Jap. (1784), 295. No. 4299. 



La,a„ dii , Chcsy, i„ DC.ffi« V°i£!W 5 o 9 8 






Species in Alphabetical Order. 3 6 7 

' Hypericum — continued. 

m ° n ^mlT^4 ^ t Var ' nigr °- punctatum ' Franch - H. Delav. 
PatU lTo .^ hUnb ' " X ^ anCh " FL JaP ' (I784) ' 295 - Nos - W» 2 4 2 5- 

Hypochoeris 

radicata, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 811. Nos. 635, 636. 

Hypoxis 

aurea, Lour., FL Cochinch., i (1790), 200. Nos. 2596, 4829 

Ilex 

corallina, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 452. No. 859 
dipyrena, Wall, vel aff., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, i (1820), 473. 
No. 4682. 

Pernyi, Franch., PI. David. (1888), 69. No. 1072. 

Illicium 

yunnanense, Finet et Gagn. Fl. As. Or., ii (1907), 29. Nos. 4106, 4701. 

Ilysanthes 

hyssopoides, Benth., in DC. Prod., x (1846), 419. Nos. 139, 363, 4515. 

Impatiens 

aquatilis, Hook, f., in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Par. ser. 4, x (1908), 247. 



No. 2999. 



J 



Xos. 



1000, 4273, 4278, 4536A, 4673. 
Balsamma, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 938. No. 4276. 
chinensis, Linn., I.e. 937. No. 999. 
clavicuspis, Hook, f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vii (1912), 



70 — nomen. Nos. 1003, 1004, 1006. 
Iiorifolia, I 
213, 1001. 



448. Nos. 



cyclosepala, Hook, f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vii (1912), 

221 — nomen. No. 4271. 
Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 445- Nos. 

117, 2702, 4196, 4270. 
desmantha, Hook, f., in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Par. ser. 4, x (1908), 248. 

Nos. 2656, 4274, 4674. 
drepanophora, Hook. f. (?), in Rec. Bot. Surv. India, iv (1904), 17. 

No - 35- 
Forrestii, Hook, f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vii (1912), 70 

nomen. Nos. 1002, 4275. 
pinetorum, Hook, f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vn (1912; 




70 — nomen. No. 1104. .. . 

Polyceras, 'Hook, f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., vn (1912J, 

37 — nomen. No. 483. 
radiata, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., i (1875), 47^ No. 4277- 
stenantha, Hook, f., I.e. 478. No. 4272. 

Incarvill_ 

grandiflora, Bur. et Franch., var. brevipes, Sprague, in Kew Bull. 
(1909), 263. Nos. 2131, 2464. 

lutea, Bur. et Franch., in Journ. de 

Jndigof..^ 

chaetodonta, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 155- No. 4234 
chaetodonta, Franch., var. No. 2099. 







368 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Indigofera — continued. 

Gerardiana, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 100. No. 

4235- 
leptosepala, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 245. 

No. 2651. 

pendula, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), x 56. Nos. 2I 97> 243 1 - 
pendula, Franch., var. Nos. 4251, 4258. 
sp. No. 1112. 



Inula 



No. 1089. 
Nos. 11, 



Cappa, DC, Prod., v (1836), 469. Nos. 668, 4043. 
nervosa, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 293. 
pterocaula, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., x (1896), 383. 
658. 

sericophylla, Franch., I.e. 383. Nos. 2568, 3058, 401 1. 
serrata, Bur. et Franch., I.e., v (1891), 50. Nos. 2814, 4013. 

tomoea 

caloxantha, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 203. 
No. mi. 



2569. 



J 



No. 



purpurea, Lam., 111., i (1791), 466. No. 4478 
sp. No. 610. 



Iris 



Collettu, Hook. f. Bot. Mag. (1903), 7889. Nos. 2205, 4840. 
Delavayi, Micheli, in Rev. Hort. (1895), 398. Nos. 1895, 4841. 
iwrestii, Dykes, in Gard. Chron., i (1910), 418. No. 2426. 
japonica, Thunb., m Trans. Linn. Soc, ii (1797), 327. Nos. 1898, 

Potanini, Maxim. (?), in Bull. Acad. St. Petersb., xxvi (1880), 528. 
No. 2404. 

ruthenica, Dryand., in Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 2, i (1810), 117. No. 



— ^^ -^ ^^ * 

tectorum, Maxim., in Bull. Acad. St. Petersb., xv (1871), 380. No. 



2094 
sp. No. 4841A. 

Isachne 



australis, R. Br., Prod. (1810), 196. No. 4917. 



rum 



grandiflorum, Fisch., ex DC. Prod., i (1824), 48. No. 5099 



Jasminum 



Beesianum, G. Forrest et Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 

(I9I2), 2<tt. No 9(^T J 



pnmuhnum, Hemsl., in Kew Bull. <i&Tii£%£ 575 ^ 



Juncus 



c£kd S B!S Ch - J PL S aV ! d " H ( l888 )' ^7- Nos. 2418, 2364, 4899 






Species in Alphabetical Order 



Juncus— continued. 



m 



concinnus, D. Don, Prod. Fl. NeD (r8?=:\ a a v™, 

crassifC-us c r us, in !*■,£»&. ^ S* ^ 



I 897» 5074- 



himalensis Klotzsch in Klotzsch et Garcke, Bot. Enjeb Reise 

Pnnz Waldemar (1862), 60. No. 4900. S K ' 

Iongistamineus, Camus, in Lecomte, Notul. Syst, i (1910) 277 



No. 279. 



Jahrb 



sikkhnensis, Hook, f.,' Fl. &*£«&%%. ft** 

sphenostemon, Buchenau, in Engl. Jahrb., vi (1885), 223. Xo. 

Thomson!, Buchenau, in Bot. Zeit., xxv (1867), 148. No. 2148. 
sp. Nos. 342, 2248. ^ 



J 



J 



chinensis, Linn. Mant, i (1767), 127. No. 362. 

irinea 

berardioides (Franch.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 



(1912), 199. No. 2481. 

J 



No. 3002. 



rorrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 200. Xo. 
2806. 

Jussieua 

suffruticosa, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 388. No. 1110. 

Justicia 

diffusa, Willd., var. hedyotifolia (Wall.), Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. 

Ind., iv (1885), 538. No. 804. 
khasiana, Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1885), 537. No. 4535. 
procumbens, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 15. Nos. 997, 1026, 1093. 

Kerria 

japonica, DC, in Trans. Linn. Soc, xii (1817), 157. Nos. 227, 4421. 
japonica, DC, f. fl. pi. No. 2025. 

Knoxia 

corymbosa, Willd., Sp. PL, i (1797), 582. No. 876. 

Kobresia 

See Cobresia. 

Kummerowia 

striata (Thunb.), Schindler, in Fedde, Repert. Sp. Nov., x (1912), 
403- No. 499. 

Labiatae 

sp. Nos. 582, 588. 

Lactuca 






Beesiana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 201 - No - 



3081. 

graciliflora 



No. 2949 



gracilis, DC, I.e. 140. Nos. 680, 2615. n . , Vn c „ 

grandiflora, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 260. fcos. Z3. 

26 75, 2767, 4059, 4060. 
24 



370 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Lactuca — continued. 

hispida, DC, Prod., vii (1838), 139. No. 3061. 

macrorrhiza, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 408. Nos. 645, 3085. 



2987, 4044. 



J 



Nos. 665, 



No. 3087. 



sativa, Linn., Sp. PL ed. i (1753), 795. No. 4057. 
Souliei, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 257. 
taliensis, Franch., I.e. 263. No. 3087. 

versicolor, Sch. Bip. ex Franchet, in Bonplandia, x (1862), 331. 
Nos. 4056, 4086. 

Lagerstroemia 

indica, Linn., Syst. ed. 10 (1759), 1076. No. 4289. 

Laggera 

alata, Sch. Bip. ex Oliver, in Trans. Linn. Soc, xxxix (1S73). 94. 
Nos. 813, 1051. 

flava, Benth. et Hook, f., Gen. PL, ii (1873), 290. No. 833. 
pterodonta, Benth., I.e. Nos. 21, 4087. 

Lamium 

amplexicaule.. Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 579. Nos. 2046, 4540, 4964. 

Laportea 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 292. No. 
terminalis, Wight, la, vi (1853), 1. 1972. No. 4770. 

Lathyrus 

palustris, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 733. Nos . 2034A 426l 4g8l . 
pratensis, Linn., I.e. No. 2035. 

Laurineae 

sp. No. 2091. 

Leontopodium 

caespitosum^ Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 189. 
calocephalum (Franch.), Beauv., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Geneve, ser. 2, i 

y 1 ^)* i°9- Nos. 2954. 

ubula^if? 11011 !' Bea ? V - Lc - ^9), 193. Nos. 2268, 4078. 
subu atum Franch under Gnaphalmm in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxix 
(1892), 130. Nos. 644, 3080, 4069. 

Leonurus 

sibiricus, Linn., Sp. PL (^53), 5 8 4 . Nos . ^ ^ 

Leptocodon 



987. 
Leptodermis 



J 



No. 



^231^403 ^ N ° teS R ° y - Bot Gard - Edin -> v (^12), 274. Nos. 
fefc^f N Lc - 2 75- Nos. 2016, 4796. 

WiSi Hnr F dS> te 2 ^ 6 - NoS - 581, 2713. 

wusom, Hort. Kew. ex Herb. Kew., Lc 275/ Nos. 367, 580, 47«9- 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 371 

Lespedeza 

Balfouriana (Diels Mss.), ex Schindler, in Fedde, Report. Sp. Nov., 

ix (1911), 522. No. 4241. 
Feddeana, Schindler, I.e., x (1912), 405. No. 152. 
Forrestii, Schindler, I.e. 406. No. 2416. 
hirtella, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 167. Nos. 2497, 2717, 4245. 
polyantha (Franch.), Schindler, in Fedde, Report. Sp. Nov., ix 

(1911), 520. Nos. 153, 4237, 4244, 4248, 5014. 
sericea, Miq., Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugd. Bat., iii (1867), 49. Nos. 154, 

3054, 4242. 
trigonoclada, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 167. No. 103. 
velutina, Dunn, in Hook. Ic. PL, xxvii (1900), t. 2700. No. 6. 

Leucas 

ciliata, Benth., in Wall. PL As. Rar., i (1830), 61. No. 1021. 
ciliata, Benth., var. No. 4537. 

Leucosceptrum 

canum, Sm., Exot. Bot., ii (1806), 113. No. 923. 

Leycesteria 

formosa, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, ii (1824), 181. No<. 

2503, 4776. XT , 

glaucophylla, Hook, f., FL Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 16. No. 1063. 

Lichenes 

Nos. 2376, 4952. 

Ligusticum . Q . 

angelicaefolium, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, vi (1894), 

133. Nos. 2848, 4696. , fi , 

brachylobum, Franch., I.e. 134- Nos. 2571, 2712, 2768, 2836. 
daucoides, Franch.. I.e. 135. Nos. 2769, 2890. 
Delavayi, Franch., I.e. 131. No. 2889. 
involucratum, Franch., I.e. 136. Nos. 2835, 4<gJ, 4°33. 
modestum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 289 

pteridophlflum, Franch. ex Oliver, in Hook. Ic. PL, xx (1891). 

sub. t. 1958. Nos. 3050, 3072. „ . / i8q4 ) 

tenuifolium (Wall.), Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, vi (1894), 

136. Nos. 536, 4627. 

L t U a?hyrchyum, Decne., in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Par. ser. 2, ii (ft* 
ionan 3 Lm N °bfel 5 s!in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), *5* 

lucidum, Aft 6 ,' Hort. Kew., ed. 2, i (1810), 19. ^^ ii {l 8 79 ) ( 
thibeticum, Decne. (?), in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Par. 
21. No. 4656. 



Lilium 



apertum, Franch., var. tibeticum, irancn., j 

(1898), 221. Nos. 457.493- t Bot . Gand.. 1845. l - 

Brownii; Miellez, in Ann. Soc. Roy. Agr. et co 

41. Nos. 1891, 3010 . , g } 3I4 . No- I893.2433- 

Delavayi, Franch., in Journ.de Bot vi (1892). ^ jg 

giganteum, Wall., Tent. FL Nep. (1824-6), »• 



372 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Lilium — continued. 

lophophorum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., xii (1898), 221. No. 2390. 

ochraceum, Franch., I.e. vi (1892), 319. Nos. 2869, 4813. 

papilliferum, Franch., I.e. 316. Nos. 496, 2692. 

sutchuenense, Franch., I.e. 318. No. 494. 

taliense, Franch., I.e. 319. No. 2716. 

Thomsonianum, Lindl., Bot. Reg., 1845, t. 1. Nos. 2766, 3843 A. 

tigrinum, Ker-Gawl., in Bot. Mag. t. 1237. No. 4814. 

tigrinum, Ker-Gawl., x L. tenuifolium, Fisch. (?). No. 2803. 

Limnanthemum 

indicum, Thw., Enum. PL Zeyl. (1865), 205. No. 1883. 
nymphaeoides, Link, Fl. Port., i (1809), 344- No. 1889. 

Lindenbergia 

philippinensis, Benth., in DC. Prod, x (1846), 377. No. 4986. 

Lindera 



1074. 



J 



No 



glauca, Bl vel aff., Mus. Bot., i (1849-51), 325. No. 4778. 
(?)sp. No. 4712. 

Lindernia 

pyxidaria, All., Misc. Taur., iii (1755), 1?8 . No. 4516. 

Linnaea 

brachystemon, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 178. 
Forrestii, Dieis, I.e. 178. No. 867. 

Linum 

perenne, Linn... Sp. PI. (1753), 2;7 . No< 2Q ^ 

Liparis 

^N^?"*' ^ N ° teS R ° y * Bot ' Gard - Edin " viii ^913), 19- 
longipes, Lindl., Gen. and Sp. Orch. (1830-40), 30. Nos. 926, 1032. 

Lithospermum 

Hancoekianum, Oliv., in Hook. Ic. PI., xxv (1896), t. 2457. No. 137. 

Litsea 



citrata, Bl., Bijdr. (182^-6^ cfic xt , 

Forrestn ni o i • v ? <^> 5°5- No. 5002. 

*orrestn, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 244. 



No. 



ea (Wall.), He 
375, 376, 378. 



Nos. 



Lloydia 



"«fo r^^^f - F ™h„ in Journ. de Bot., xii 

^^a:^^-- - «» no. 23I5 . 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 37 j 



Lobelia 



pleotricha, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912} 170 
No. 3869. 

pyramidalis, Wall., in Asiat. Res., xiii (1820), 376. No. 3870. 
sessilifolia, Lamb., in Trans. Linn. Soc, x (1811), 260. Nos. 145, 

3032. 
tahensis, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 170. N<.s. 

3000, 3868. 
trigona, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), 85. No. 1009. 
Wallichiana, Hook. f. et Thorns., in Journ. Linn. Soc, ii (1857), 20. 



No. 215. 



Lonicera 



J 



388, 2624, 4642. 



Nos. 387, 



Jap. (1784), 89. Nos. 2199, 4643. 



Koehneana, Render, in Sargent, Trees and Shrubs, i (1902), 41. No. 



2175- 

solata, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, ii (1 

2297. 

trina, Wall., var. B yunnanensis, Franch., in J 



No. 



(1896), 317. No. 2087. 
Maackii, Rupr., under Xylosteum in Bull. Phys.-Math. Acad. 

Petersb., xv (1857), 369. No. 384. 
Maackii, Rupr., f. podocarpa, Franch., in Herb, ex Rehder in Rep. 

Miss. Bot. Gard., xiv (1903), 141. No. 2003. 
stenosiphon, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., x (1896), 318. No. 4777. 
trichopoda, Franch., I.e. 317. No. 2074. 
xerocalyx, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., v (1912), 177. No. 

2386. 

Lophanthus 

rugosus, Fisch. et Mey., Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop., 1 (1835), 31- Nos. 
2826, 4530. 

Loranthus 

Balfourianus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., v (1912), 250. 

Nos. 543, 2215. 
caloreas, Diels, I.e. 251. No. 2600. K 

Delavayi, van Tiegh., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xh (1894), $35- N°- 

540. - T r 

Scurrula, Linn.(?), Sp. PL ed. 2 (1762), 472. .. No. 520. 

vestitus, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, n (1824), 218. No. 524. 

sp. No. 614. 

comiculatus, Linn., Sp. PI. (i 7 53), 775- Nos. 1120, 2041, 4260, 4990- 

Luculia , X t c nf , n rn27 

gratissima, Sweet, Brit. Flow. Gard. (1826), 1. 145. Nos. 967, ™2 7 , 
2991, 4698. 

Ludwigia M , 

prostrata, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), "• jNo ' 2a 

camjLtris, DC, Fl. Fr., iii (1805), 161. Jos 2278 49^ 
effusa, Buchenau, Krit. Verz. June. (1880), 88. No. 4*95- 



374 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Lychnis , rt , XT 

nigrescens, Edgew., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., l (1875). 223- Nos. 

2870. 206l. r 

Senno. Sieb.et Zucc, Fl. Tap. i (1835), 98. Nos. 1872, 28 7 2A ; 3076. 



urn 






chinense, Mill., Gard. Diet. ed. 8 (1768), n. 5. Nos. 952, 3108. 

Lycopodium 

sp. Nos. 297, 4924, 4926. 

Lycoris 

aurea, Herb., App. (1821), 20. Nos. 927, 1020, 3084. 
radiata, Herb., I.e. No. 3083. 

Lygodium 

sp. No. 276. 

Lysimachia 

barystachys, Bunge, Enum. PL Chin. Bor. (1831), 53. No. 2515. 
bracteata, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 

235. No. 571. 
Candida, Lindl., sub-sp. eucandida, R. Knuth, in Engl. Pflanzenr., 



Primulaceae (1905), 300. No. 456. 



J 



ix (1895), 459. Nos. 3840, 4103, 4104. 

mm Wr>r+ Qr>r i (TRAfi\ "?OT. NO. 



3838. 

;estiflora, 
No. 3842. 



j 



j 



3843- 



Wight 



J 



No. 4120. 



J 



Hemsleyana, Maxim, ex Oliver, in Hook. Ic. PL, xx (1891), t. 1980. 



No. 82. 



humifusa, R. Knuth, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Primul. (1905), 301. No. 



2068. 



lichiangensis, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 

237. No. 2352. 
longisepala, G. Forrest, I.e. 237. No. 426. 
violascens, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 459. Nos. 447» 

3839- 

Lythrum 

Salicaria, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 446. Nos. 560, 2612. 

Machilus 

mekongensis, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 244- 
Nos. 370, 372. 

Magnolia 

conspicua, Salisb., Parad. Lond. (1806), t. 38. No. 140. 
obovata, Thunb., in Trans. Linn. Soc., ii (1794), 336. No. 2174- 

Mahonia 

japonica (Thunb.), DC, Syst., ii (1821), 22. No. 4345- 
nepalensis, DC, I.e. 21. No. 141. 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 375 

Mallotus 

nepalensis, Muell. Arg., in Linnaea, xxxiv (1865-6), 188. No. icn6 
phihppinensis, Muell. Arg., I.e. 196. No. 1029. 

Malva 

sylvestris, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 689. No. 4292. 
verticillata, Linn., I.e. Nos. 448, 4291. 

Mandragora 

caulescens, C. B. Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 242. 
No. 569. 

Manisuris 

granulans, Linn, f., Nov. Gram. Gen. (1779), 37. No. 856. 

Mariscus 

Sieberianus, Nees, in Linnaea, ix (1834), 286. No. 1014. 

Marrubium 

incisum, Benth., Lab. Gen. et Sp. (1832-6), 586. Nos. 594, 4957. 

Mazus 

Delavayi, Bonati, in Bull. Herb. Boiss. ser. 2, viii (1908), 530. Nos. 
392, 4507. 

macrocalyx, Bonati, I.e. 529. No. 1018. 

rugosus, Lour., Fl. Cochinch., ii (1790), 385. No. 4961. 

* 

Meconopsis 

Delavayi, Franch., under Cathcartia in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii 



No. 459. 



(1886), 39. Nos. 2272, 2272A. 
Forrestii, D. Prain, in Kew Bull. (1907), 316. No. 2314. 
Henrici, Bur. et Franch., in Journ. de Bot., v (1891), 19. 
Henrici, Bur. et Franch., forma. No. 1999. 
integrifolia, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 389, No. 

2284. 
lancifolia, Franch., under Cathcartia, I.e. 91. Nos. 469, 950. 
rudis, Prain, in Ann. Bot., xx (1906), 347. No. 2623. 
speciosa, Prain, in Trans. Bot. Soc. Edin., xxiii (1907), 258. No. 468. 

Medicago 

lupulina, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 779- No. 4240. 

Megacarpaea 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 406. Nos. 
2 335, 4342. 

Melampyrum 

chinense, Dahl, mss. in Herb. Berlin. Nos. 606, 4506. 

Melia 



Azedarach, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 384- No. 2002 ' 



Melilotus 



parviflora, Desf., Fl. Atlant, ii (1800), 192. No. 450 



Melios 



ma 



cuneifol 



( l8 85). 211. No. 2630. 



376 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Mentha 

arvensis, Linn., Sp, PI. (i753)> 577- Nos - 2 559> 2 56o, 4531. 

Mercurialis 

leiocarpa, Sieb. et Zucc, Fl. Jap. Fam. Nat. (1843), 37. No. 4598. 

Michelia 

Wilsonii, Finet et Gagnep., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. Mem., iv (1906), 

45. No. 4105. 
yunnanensis, Franch., I.e. 43. No. 482. 

yunnanensis, Franch., var. angustifolia, Fin. et Gagnep., I.e. 44. 
No. 2104. 

Microglossa 

albescens, C. B. Clarke, Comp. Ind. (1876), 59. No. 62. 

Microstylis 

yunnanensis, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (191 2), 
109. No. 2627. 

Microtoena 

Delavayi, Prain, in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlii (1895), 424. No. 1040. 

Millettia 

cinerea, Benth., in Miq. PI. Jungh. (1851-5), 249. No. 4238. 

Harrowiana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 246. 
No. 1874. 

Mimulus 

nepalensis, Benth., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1884), 258. Nos. 
2614, 4973, 5013. 

Mirabilis 

Jalapa, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 177. No. 4737. 

Miscanthus 

nepalensis (Triii.), Hack., in DC. Monog. Phan., vi (1889), 104. Nos. 
343,1028. 6 k y " 

Mitreola 

oldenlandioides, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1883), 79- 
No - 953- 

Monochoria 

hastaefolia Presl, Rel. Haenk., 1 (1830), 128. No. 1019. 

vaginalis Presl, var. plantaginea, Solms, in A.DC. Monogr. Phan., 






iv (1883), 524. No. 1878. 

Monotropa 

hypopithvs Linn., var. lanuginosa, Michx, 

1(1803), 266. No. 2585. 
umflora, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 3 8 7 . No> 8oi- 

Morina 



■*• 



Am 



Bulleyana G. Forrest et Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 

(1912), 208. No. 393. y 

clilorantha, Diels, I.e. 208. No. 2482. 
IMavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 8. No. 2685. 

sp. JNo. 2184. 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 377 



Morus 

alba, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 986. Nos. 2527, 4727, 4732. 
longistylus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bat. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 293. 

Nos. 4669, 4672. 

Mucuna 

montana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot Gard. Edin., v (1912), 247. No. 
2697. 

Muscineae 

No. 4943. 

Mussaenda 

pubescens, Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 2, i (1810), 372. No. 815. 

Myosotis 

silvatica, Hoifm., Deutschl. FL, ed. 1 (1791), 61. Nos. 2348, 2351, 
2619. 

Myriactis 

nepalensis, Less., in Linnaea, vi (1831), 128. Nos. 672, 2822, 4016. 
Wallichii, Less., I.e. 129. Nos. 812, 4026, 4033. 
Wallichii, Less., var. Nos. 648, 2833. 

Myrica 

Nagi, Thunb., Fl. Jap. (1784), 76. No. 4605. 
sp. No. 4194. 

Myricaria 

germanica, Desv., in Ann. Sc. Nat. ser. 1, iv (1825), 349- Nos. I 3°- 
3069,4735. 

Myriophyllum 

spicatum, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753). 99 2 - No. l88 7* 

Myrsine 

africana, Linn., I.e. 196. Nos. 418, 4192, 4193- .. M 

semiserrata, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, n (1824), 293. JMOS. 

544, 573, 47o6. 
sp. No. 4703. 

Nardostachys 

grandiflora, DC, Coll. Mem., vii (1832), 4- Nos. 2417, 4°47- 
Jatamansi, DC, I.e. No. 2905. 

Nasturtium r> + i 

globosum, Turcz. ex Fisch. et Mey., Ind. Sem. Hort. Fetrop., 

(1835), 35- No. 4339- XT „ e . T .,., - 0I7 

palustre, DC, Syst., ii (1821), 191- Nos. 2561, 434*. 5 01 7- 

Neillia 

gracilis, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 202 Nos 1871, 2244. 
sinensis, Oliv., in Hook. Ic. PL, xvi (1886), 1. 1540- *<>■ 554- 

Nelurnbium XT , 

speciosum, Willd., Sp. PL, ii (I799)> 12b8 ' No ' 4 97 * 

^andlflora, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (i 9 k), 104. 

micranthtLindl., Gen. and Sp. Orch. (1830-40), 45«- No. 2274. 



378 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Nepeta 

lamiopsis, Benth. ex Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1885), 659. No. 
2666. 

Stewartiana, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 237. 
Nos. 598, 2960. 

tenuiflora, Diels, I.e. 238. No. 2657. 

Wiisoni, Duthie, in Gard. Chron.'(i9o6), ii, 334. No. 2601. 

Nephrodium 

lichiangense, C. H. Wright, in Kew Bull. (1907), 267. No. 2300. 

Nerium 

odorum, Soland., in Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 1, i (1789), 297. No. 989. 

Nertera 

sinensis, Hemsl., in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxiii (1888), 391. No. 862. 

Neyraudia 

madagascariensis, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., vii (1897), 305. No. 846. 

Nicotiana 

rustica. Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 180. No. 29. 

Nomocharis 

pardanthina, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., iii (1889), 113. No. 3845. 
pardantlnna, Franch., var. alba, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., 
vn (1912), 197. No. 3844. 

Oenanthe 

stolonifera, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 696. Nos. 
2 704-4953. 

Omphalodes 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard, Edin., v (1912), .169. No. 

Onosma 



447 



J 



Oldenlandia 



corymbosa, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), Iig . No . 8o3 . 

Oligobotrya 

Henr 2ai? a 8 e 2 r ' in H °° k ' Ic * P1 " xvi (l886)} *• I537 * Nos ' 252 ' 228 °' 

Ophioglossum 

sp. Nos. 277, 2468. 

Ophiopogon 

dracaenoides, Hook, f., FL Brit. Ind., vi (1892), 268. Nos. 3 33. 3057. 

47°», 4°35- 
japomcus, Ker-Gawl. in Bot. Mag. (1808), 1. 1063. Nos. 246, 2263. 
Walhchranus, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., vi (1892)? 268. Nos. 2158, 



Orch 



: 544 



Edin 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 379 

Orchis — continued. . 

Giraldiana, Kranzlin, in Engl. Jahrb., xxxvi (1905), Beibl. 82, p. 25. 

Nos. 2368, 4867, 4875. 
latifolia, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 941. No. 4887. 
spathulata, Rchb. f. ex Benth., in Journ. Linn. Soc, xviii (1880), 

355- No. 4886. 
tetraloba, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 95. Nos. 
4862, 4863. 

Oreocharis 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Par. (1887), 715. No. 
5096. 

Oreorchis 

foliosa, Lindl., in Journ. Linn. Soc, iii (1859), 2 7- Nos - 16 7> l68 - 
micrantha, Lindl., I.e. No. 2472. 
patens, Lindl., I.e. Nos. 2287, 2288. 

Origanum 

vulgare, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 590. Nos. 2528, 4532. 

Orobanche 

ammophila, C. A. Meyer, in Ledeb. Fl. Alt, ii (1830), 454- No?. 

. 589,590- 
epithymum, DC, Fl. Fr., iii (1805), 490. No. 2771. 

Osbeckia 

capitata, Benth., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 516. No. 4394- 

chinensis, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753). 345- Nos. 834, ioiia. 

crinita, Benth., var. yunnanensis, Cogn., in DC. Monogr. Pnan., vii 

(1891), 324. No. 4395. 
nepalensis, Hook., Exot. Fl. (1823), t. 31. No. 874. 

Osmanthus 

fragrans, Lour., Fl. Cochinch. (1790), 29. Nos. 576, 3100, 4743- 

Osmunda 

sp. No. 4938. 

Osteomeles XT 

anthyllidifolia, Lindl., in Trans. Linn. Soc, xin (1821), 99. Nos. 147, 
4417. 

Osyris XT 

Wightiana, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., v (1886), 232. Nos. 



522, 4745. 



Oxalis 



Acetosella, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753). 433- No. 2144. 
corniculata, Linn., I.e. 435- Nos. 2970, 4284 4285, 4977- 



Griffithii 



J (J — 

leucolepl^DieCi Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 223. No. 



4287. 

Oxy graph 



Bunge, Verz. Suppl. Fl. Alt 



No. 2200. 



3S0 Plantae Ciiinenses Forrestianae. 



Nos. 2086, 



Oxyria 

elatior, Wall., PL As. Rar., iii (1832), 64. Nos. 15, 2523. 
sinensis, HemsL, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxix (1892), 317. 
4588. 

Oxyspora 

paniculata, DC, Prod., iii (1828), 123. Nos. 836, 1038. 

serrata, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 252. Nos. 
960, 992. 

Oxytropis 

yunnanensis, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890), 163. No. 2925. 

Paederia 

tomentosa, Bl., Bijdr. (1825-6), 968. No. 34. 

Paeonia 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 382. No. 
2101. v ' ° 

lutea, Franch., I.e. 382. No. 4352. 

Paliurus 

australis, Gaertn., var. orientalis, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 132. 
No. 201. 

Panax 



J 



Panicum 

colonum, Linn., Syst. ed. 10 (1759), 870. No. 345. 

Paracaryum 

brachytubum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 168. 

No. 4474. 
glochidiatum, Benth., in Gen. PL, ii (1876), 850. No. 2255. 

Paris 

polyphylla, Sm., in Rees, Cyclop., xxvi (1813), n. 2. No. 2252. 
quadntolia, Linn., var. davurica, Fisch., pro sp. in Bull. Soc. Nat. 
Mosc, xxvn (1854), 2, 105. M " ..»="■. 

Parmelia 

(?) sp. No. 4951. 

Pamassia 

chinensis, Franch in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xliv (1897), 252. No. 5 039- 
ciassiloha^Franch., I.e. 253. No. 5040. 

' mnit de Bot ^ x (l896)j 267 _ Nos> 398) 4II> 

ns., in Journ. Linn. Soc, ii (i8$8), 7Q. No. 



No. 4853. 



- J 

2498, 5041. 

sa, Honk, f pt Thn 
984. 



mysorensis Heyne ex Wight et Arn., Prod. (1834), 35- Nos. 



T 3i> 473, 908, 2686. 



orensis, Heyne, var. aucta, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 
Edin v (1912), 281. No. S042. 



5042. 

htiana, Wall, ex Wight 
2714. 



No. 5042. 
in Journ 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 381 



Parochetus 

communis, Ham. ex D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 2 4°- Nos. 
150, 4970. 

Patrinia 

monandra, C. B. Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 210. 

Nos. 63, 422. 
scabiosaefolia, Fisch. ex Link, Enum. Hort. Berol., i (1821), 131. 

Nos. 994, 4649. 

Pedicularis 

Alopecuros, Franch. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 816. Nos. 

2649, 2945. 
axillaris, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 825. Nos. 2628, 4485. 
Balfouriana, Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), 82. 

No. 4489. 
cephalantha, Franch. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 805. 

No. 2547. c 

comptoniaefolia, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 871. Nos. 1130, 2790, 

4487. 
crenata, Maxim., I.e. 832. No. 3079. 
debilis, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 817. No. 4491 in part. 
Delavayi, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 791. No. 2638. 
deltoidea, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 897. Nos. 976, 4490. 
densispica, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 882. Nos. 2061, 2328, 200S, 

, 45 °3- 

filicula, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 853. No. 2420. 

Forrestiana, Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), »o. 

No. 2703. T , 

gracilis, Wall, ex Benth. Scroph. Ind. (1835), 5^ A ' 449°* ~ 
gmina, Franch. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xn (1886), 799- Nos. 

1134, 2725. 

rhvnr.ha Franrh. px Maxim.. I.e. 8l2. Nos. 1135, 2944. 



gyrorhyncha 



Journ 



No. 3077. 



labellata, Jacq. ex Decne., in Voy. Jacquem. Bot. (1044;, "°. 
likiangensis^Fra'nch.' ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 887. No. 



1138. 



lineata, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 887. No. 4491 m part, 
longepetiolata, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 806. No. 3059- 
longiflora, Rudolph, in Mem. Acad. Petersb., iv (1S11), 34d 



S. No. 



lutescens,' Franch. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 898. Nos. 
Margfrit 7 ae 44 Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (l 9 n), 81. 

microchip °Franch. ex Maxim., Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 884. No. 

4486. 
oxycarpa, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 804. No. 2430. 
Polyphylla, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 809. *°-4493- G d 

Polyphylla, Franch., var. pilosa, Bonati, in Notes Ro>. Bot. ua 

Edin., v (1911), 80. No. 2640. „ . N 4402. 

porrecta, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1884), W * w 
recurva, Maxim., var. polyantha, Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. 

Edin., v (ion), 88. No. 2667. .. fi v T _ rtV7, 

rex, Clarke ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xn (1886), 8 7 5- N° s ' 3* 



2 477, 4502. 



382 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



Pedicularis— continued. 



ru 



2789. 



J 



No. 2859. 



No. 



siphonantha, D. Don, Prodr. FL Nep. (1825-), 95. Nos. 1133, 5078. 
Smithiana, Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), 83. 
No. 2860. 

Stadlmanniana, Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), 
87. No. 4488. 

superba, Franch. ex Maxim., Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 874. No. 2780. 
szechuanica, Maxim., I.e. 892. No. 2594. 

talicnsis, Bonati, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), 87. No. 
4500. 

tantalorhyncha, Bonati, I.e. 84. No. 4497. 

tenuisecta, Franch. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 831. Nos. 
2785, 4495. 

tsangchanensis, Franch. ex Maxim., I.e. 850. No. 4501. 
veronicifolia, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlvii (1900), 24. No. 
4676. 



J 



No. 4498. 



yunnanensis, Franch. ex Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xii (1886), 851. No. 
4499- 

Pentapanax 

Henryi, Harms, in Engl. Jahrb., xxiii (1896), 21. No. 3071. 

Leschenaultn, Seem., in Journ. Bot., ii (1864), 296. Nos. 2296, 
2832. 

Peperomia 

reflexa, A. Dietr., Sp. PL, i (1831), 180. No. 4765. 

Perilla 

ocymoides, Linn., Gen. ed. 6 (1764), 578. No. 871. 

Periploca 

Forrestii, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 15. 
No. 572. 

Pertya 

phylicoides J. F. Jeffrey, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 
200. No. 112. 

Petasites 

tricholobus, Franch., PL David. (1888), 173. Nos. 2299, 4048. 

Peucedanum 

^^No^ 8 2 anCh " kl BU1L S ° C " Phil Pan S<§n 8 ' vi (l894) ' I43 " 

olivaceum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 290. 

No. 2250. v y 

sp. No. 4630. 

Phaseolus 

multiflorus, Willd., Sp. PL, hi (1800), 1030. No. 4257. 
radiatus, Linn., I.e. (1753), 725. No . ^ 4 ^ 

Philadelphia 

Delayayi Henry, in Rev. Hort. (1903), 12. Nos. w 210=;. 
nepalensxs, Koehne, Dendrol. (1893) 183. Nos! 5032, 5036. 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 383 

Phlogacanthus 

pubinervius, T. And., in Journ. Linn. Soc, ix (1867), 5°8- No. 5011. 

Phlomis 

betonicoides, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin.. v (1912), 241. 

No. 2307. 
bracteosa, Royle ex Benth., in Hook. Bot. Misc., iii (1833), 3$3« 

Nos. 621, 2489. 
Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 241. 

No. 4558A 
Franchetiana, Diels, I.e. 242. No. 4558. 
melanantha, Diels, I.e. 242. No. 2540. 

Photinia 

Franchetiana, Diels, I.e. 272. No. 487. 

integrifolia, Lindl., in Trans. Linn. Soc., xiii (1821), 103. No. 4710. 

lasiogyna, Franch., under Eriobotrya in PL Delav. (1890), 225. 

No. 445. 
salicifolia, Presl, Epim. Bot. (1849), 20 4- No. 5091. 



ermum 



chinense, Bunge, in Fisch. et Mey., Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop., i 

J 1 ^), 35- Nos. 94, 980. 
tenuisectum, Bur. et Franch., in Journ. de Bot., v (1891), 129. 

Nos. 2325, 4514. 

Phyllostachys 

bambusoides, Sieb. et Zucc, in Abh. Akad. Muench., 111, 2 (1843), 
745. No. 4923. 

Phytolacca 

acinosa, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), 35- Nos - 9°. 26lI > 4794- 

Picris XT 

divaricata, Vaniot, in Bull. Acad. Geog. Bot., xn (1903), 28. Nos. 

2169, 4015, 4091. 
hieracioides, Linn., Sp. PI. (i753)» 79 2 - Nos - 2 4 2I > 2 549- 

Pieris 

formosa, D. Don, in Edinb. N. Phil. Journ., xvn (1834), 159- No. 
japonica 7 D. Don ex G. Don, Gen. Syst., iii (1834), 832. Nos. 446. 
ovalifofia,' D. Don, in Edinb. N. Phil. Journ., xvii (1834), 159- Nos ' 
r^^^^B^^. f. Fl. Brit Ind., iii (xSfc). 



461. Nos. 431, 435, 2 44 2 > 4* 8 4 



Pilea 



peperomioides, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin, v (1912), 292. 
pe P Mes 4 H 7 o'ok. et Am., Bot. Beech. Voy. (1841), * Nos. 2618, 
producta 6 ' BL, Mus. Bot. Lugd. Bat., ii fcW* N A 



. . Wedd . 
umbrosa, Wedd., I.e. No. 2629. 



384 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 



m 



Candolleana, Wight et Arn., Prod. (1834), 369. No. 2858. 



2534- 



J 



No. 



Hookeri, C. B. Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 686. No. 
2843. 

taeniophylla, de Boissieu, in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., liii (1906), 429. No. 
2684. 

sp. No. 4615. 

Piptanthus 

nepalensis, D. Don, in Sweet, Brit. Flow. Gard. (1828), t. 264. No. 
5086. 

tomentosus, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 150. Nos. 151, 2108. 

Pistacia 

weinmannifolia, Poisson ex Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii 
(1886), 467. No. 210. 

Pittosporum 

heterophyllum, Franch., I.e. 415. Nos. 383, 2084. 

pauciflorum, Hook, et Arn., Bot. Beech. Voy. (1841), 168. No. 3097. 

Plantago 

major, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 112. Nos. 4591, 4968. 

Platanthera 

Henryi, Rolfe, in Journ. Linn. Soc, xxxvi (1903), <>V No. 2787. 
jantha, Wight, Ic., v (1852), 11. No. 259. 

mterrupta, Maxim., in Bull. Acad. Sc. St. Petersb., xxxi (1887), 106. 
No. 4861. 

japonica, Lindl., Gen. and Sp. Orch. (1830-40), 290. Nos. 2586, 4866. 

stenostachya, Lindl., in Hook. Kew Journ. Bot., vii (1855), 37. 
No. 165. v J 

Susannae, Lindl., Gen. and Sp. Orch. (1830-40), 295. No. 264. 

Plectranthus 

adenanthus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 228. 
No. 4557. 

Bulleyanus, Diels, I.e. 229. No. 4554. 

Forrestn, Diels, I.e. 229. ' No. 2851. 

irroratus, G. Forrest, I.e. 228. Nos. 2507, 2850. 

Labordei (Vaniot), Diels, I.e., vii (1912), 47. Nos. 630, 8 7 8, io 3 5- 

leucanthus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin.; v (£912), 230. 

No. 595. v v 

macranthus, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., iv (1885), 616. No. 961. 
megathyrsus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 230. 

AO. 897. 

moslifolius, Leveille, in Fedde, Repert. Sp. Nov., ix (1911), 247. 

Mo. 5^7* 

oreophilus, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 227. 
No. 2564. v J 

phyllopodus, Diels, I.e. 227. Nos. 4555, 4556. 
phvllostachys, Diels, I.e. 230. No. 624. 
pleiophyllus, Diels, I.e. 228. No. 2333. 






No. 597. 



Geogr 



striatus, Benth in Wall. PI. As. Rar., ii (1831), 17. No. 18. 
ternifolius, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 117. Nos. 1007, 1043 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 385 



Pleione 

Delavayi (Rolfe), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 

107. No. 4858. 
. Forrestii, Schltr., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 106. No. 

4859- 
grandiflora (Rolfe), Diels, I.e. 106. No. 4860. 

Henryi (Rolfe), Diels, I.e. 107. No. 2346. 

praecox, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 37. No. 851. 

yunnanensis (Rolfe), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 

107. Nos. 265, 5012. 
sp. Nos. 4871, 4889. 

Pleurogyne 

Forrestii, Balf . f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin.. iv (1907). 78. Nos. 

25,211. 
oreocharis, Diels, I.e., v (1912), 222. No. 3024. 



rmum 



Davidi, Franch., PI. David., in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. Nat. Par. ser. 

2, viii (1885), 247. Nos. 4621, 4628. 
Davidi, Franch. vel aff. No. 2531. d ' 

decurrens, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Phil. Par. ser. 8, vi (1894), 138. 

Nos. 2857, 4619. 
foetens, Franch., I.e. 140. No. 2709. 
Franchetianum, Hemsl., in Hook. Ic. PI., xxii (1892), t. 2244. Mo. 



535- 



Govanianum, Benth. ex C. B. Clarke, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii 

(*v^^%I%^koIot, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Philom. 
Par. 3 C s<§r., vi (1894), 106. Nos. 3073, 4° 12 - 



Pluchea 



J. F. Jeffrey 



183. No. 1073. 

Plumbago 

zeylanica, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), *5*- No - l882 " 

Poa 

sp. Nos. 2792, 4912. 

P ma cropTy1l S us (Thunb.), D. Don, in Lamb. Gen. Pin. ed. I (1824), 

ii, 22. No. 4665. 

P yu— sis, Fmet, in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xliv (1897), W No. 

4854- 

Pogostemon »#,•,««* No 87s. 

elsholtzioides, Benth., in DC. Prod., xn (1848), I53« *<>• °7o 

Polianthes 

tuberosa, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 3& ^ 3 00 9- 
PO qua n drLrvis, Hack, in DC. Monog. Phan., vi (1889), ^ No. 841. 



25 



386 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Polygala 

arillata, Ham. ex D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), J 99- Nos. 433, 

868, 2722, 4264. 
japonica, Houtt., Handleid., x (1774-83), 89. Nos. 228, 2367, 4326, 

4996. 
persicariaefolia, DC, Prod,, i (1824), 326. No. 235. 
sibirica, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 702. No. 236. 
triphylla, Ham. ex D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 200. No. 901. 



onatum 



j 



Delavayi, Hua, I.e. 422. No. 4837. 
fuscum, Hua, I.e. 444. Nos. 2344, 4838. 

sibiricum, Delar., in Red. Lil., vi (1802-16), t. 315. No. 2118. 
Stewartianum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 298. 
Nos. 2185, 2239. 

uncinatum, Diels, I.e. 297. No. 4839. 

olygonum 

alatum, Ham. ex D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 72. Nos. 2557, 

4578. 
alatum, Ham., var. parviflorum, vel pedunculare, Wall, forma. No. 

938. 
amplexicaule, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 70. Nos. 2606, 4565, 

458i. 
auriculatum, Meissn., Monog. (1826), 59. No. 1064. 
aviculare, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (1753), 362. No. 4583. 
Blumei, Meissn., in Miq. Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugd. Bat., ii (1865-6), 57. 

No. 1033. 

calostachyum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 261. 
No. 241. 

campanulatum, Hook, f., Fl. Brit. Ind., v (1886), 51. Nos. 2470, 
2676. 

campanulatum, Hook f. var. Nos. 4564, 4566. 

capitatum, Ham., in D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 73. No. 5004. 

chinense, Linn, forma, Sp. PI. (1753), 363. No. 4563. 



(1832), 61. No. 817. 



Wall 



Convolvulus, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 364. No. 2648. 

cyanandrum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 257. 
Nos. 2670, 2923. 

delicatulum, Meissn., in DC. Prod., xiv (1857), ^7- Nos - 9 00 > 45 68 ' 
Emodi, Meissn., in Wall. PI. As. Rar., iii (1832), 51, 54. No. 4572. 
Emodi, Meissn., var. dependens, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 

Edin., v. (1912), 256. No. 2761. 
Forrestii, Diels, I.e. 258. Nos. 38, 2911, 4590. 
gracihpes, Hemsl., in Journ. Linn. Soc., xxvi (1891), 340. No. 

4575- 

japonicum, Meissn., in DC Prod., xiv (1857), "2 et 695. No. 2998. 
jucundum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 257. No. 

457°- 
lapathifolium, Linn.. Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753), 360. Nos. 4582, 4584. 

lapathifohum, Linn., var. nodosum (Pers.), pro sp. Syn. i (1805), 44°- 
No. 2827. 

leptopodum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 260. 

Nos. 202, 2631, 4570. 
oliganthum, Diels, I.e. 260. No. 2985. 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 387 



olygonum — continued. 

orientale, Linn., Sp. PI. ed. 1 (1753), 362. Nos. 1083, 4579. 



Wall 



4980. 



Nos. 986, 



paniculatum, Bl., Bijdr. (1825-6), 533. No. 4567. 
plebejum. R. Br., Prod. Fl. Nov. Holl. (1810), 420. Nos. 4560, 4969. 
polystachyum, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., v (1886), 50. No. 69. 
polystachyum, Wall., var. pubescens, Meissn., in Wall. PI. As. Rar., 



iii (1832), 61. No. 2821. 

J 



No. 4569. 



rude, Meissn., in DC. Prod., xiv (1856), 137- No. 1060. 
runcinatum, Ham., in D. Don, Prodr. Fl. Nep. (1825), 73- Nos. 911, 

2293, 4577. 
sphaerostachyum, Meissn., Monog.(i826), 53. Nos. 208, 2208, 2435. 

sphaerostachyum, Meissn. var. Nos. 1900, 4573- 

subscaposum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 201. 

suffultum 5 Maxim., in Mel. Biol., ix (1876), 616. Nos. 2186, 4571. 

4585. 
Wallichii, Meissn., Monog. (1826), 83. No. 4580. 

sp. aff. paniculatum, Bl. No. 4561. 

sp. No. 4574. 

Polypodium 

sp. Nos. 296, 299, 4927, 4930, 5001. 

Polystichum 

sp. Nos. 275, 286, 289, 2842, 4929, 4941. 

Polytrichum 

sp. No. 4944. 

PopuluS vT --/» 

Przewalskii, Maxim., in Mel. Biol., xi (1881), 321. No. 530. 

Por3.riA 

racemosa, Roxb., Hort. Beng. (1814), M- Nos - 8 54> 30i5- 



m 



j 



Nos. 1886, 2644. 



Potentilla 



albSVall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit Ind., BOJ^v^ ^9- 
anserina, Linn., Sp. PL ed. i (1753). 495- N os . 2092 2 2 7 2 b . 
articulata, Franch., PI. Delav. (1890) 210. No 2950. 
chinensis, Ser., in DC. Prodr., ii (1825), 581. No. 2525. 
concolor.Rolfe, in Bot. Mag. t. 8180 (1908). ^ ^f g }) 2I4 . 
coriandrifolia, Don, var. dumosa, Franch., PI Vein . 1109 b 

No. 4409. s 

Delavayi, Franch., I.e. 215. No- 2071. /tR ^on ^q No. 2727. 

=; at r^e^ «£*« ft -, y 37 , 

fulge^Vatfex Hook. Bot. Mag. dMk t 2 7 oo. *». i* A 

Kleinlana, W. et A., Prodr. Fl Ind. Or (1834), 3»o. No 4408. 
Leschenaultiana, Ser., in DC. Prod., n (182,), o» 4 . 

4416, 5022. 



388 Plant ae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Potentilla — continued. 

Leschenaultiana, Ser., var. concolor, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 

212. No. 4420. 
leuconota, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 2 3°- Nos. 2462, 4414. 
peduncularis, D. Don (?), I.e. No. 4411. 
peduncularis, Don, var. obscura, Hook, f ., FL Brit. Ind., ii (1878), 352. 

No. 2445. 
Saundersiana, Royle, var. Jacquemontii, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 

215. No. 2211. 
stenophylla (Franch.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v 

(1912), 271. No. 2924. 
supina, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (1753), 497. Nos. 4410, 5010. 

Poterium 

filiforme, Hook, f., FL Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 3 62 - Nos - 3 20 > 200 7- 
officinale, Benth. et Hook, f., Gen. PL, i (1865), 624. Nos - I2 5> 2 453> 
4425- 

Pouzolzia 

hirta (Bl.), Hassk., Cat. Hort. Bog. Alt. (1844), 80. Nos. 516, 4396, 

. 4397- 

indica, Gaud., in Freyc. Voy. Bot. (1826), 503. No. 864. 

Pratia 

begonifolia, Lindl., Bot. Reg. (1830), t. 1373. No. 4791. 

Prenanthes 

khasiana, C. B. Clarke,Comp. Ind. (1876), 273. No. 974. 
yakoensis, Jeffrey, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 203. 
No. 870. 

Primula 

amethystina, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 268. No. 
1806. 

androsacea, Pax, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Primul. (1905), 34. No. 311. 
angustidens, Pax, I.e. (1905), 128. Nos. 355, 1819. 
Beesiana, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard., vii (1912), 93 

(nomen). No. 2194. 

bella, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 268. Nos. 480, 
1803, 1813, 2399. 

brevifoha, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 
229. No. 476. 

Bulleyana, G. Forrest, I.e. 231. Nos. 2440, 2449. 

calhantha, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 268. No. 
1820. 

capitata. Hook., Bot. Mag. (1850), t. 4550. Nos. 46, 303. 
tlementinae, G. Forrest, in Gard. Chron. s. 3, 1 (1911), 24 
nomen. No. 2059. 

coerulea, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 221. 
No. 1814. 

cortusoides, Linn., var. lichiangensis, G. Forrest, I.e. 217. No. 2275. 
Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 272. No. 



4097. 



J 



No. 1804. 



w^.^v^d, ^uim, in juuiii. .Linn, soc, xxxix (1911), 400. i\o. im* 
denticulata, Sm., Exot. Bot., ii (1805), 109. Nos. 1402, 1801, 4°9 6 - 
dryadifoha, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 270. No. 
478. 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 389 

Primula— continued. 
Forrestii, Balf. f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 228. 
No. 2117. 

Franchetii, Pax, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Primul. (1905), 108. No. 685. 



J 



No. 308. 



Listeri, King, in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., iii (1882), 485. Nos. 

1815, 4101. 
Littoniana, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 

225. No. 2655. 
malacoides, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 64. Nos. 

399, 399A, 1802. 
malvacea, Franch., I.e. 65. No. 2779. 
membranifolia, Franch., I.e. 68. No. 1809. 
mimitiflora, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 

219. No. 310. 
muscarioides, Hemsl., in Kew Bull. (1907). 319- Nos. 306, 313- . 
nivalis, Pallas, var. macrophylla (Don), Pax, in Engl. Pflanzenreicn, 

Primul. (1905), 103. Nos. 2128, 2254. ... 

nutans, Delavay ex Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxm (1886), 



69. No. 72. 

ffanc 

Wall 
493. No. 304. 



J 



pinnatifida, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii (1885), 271. No. 

2398. 
Poissoni, Franch., I.e. xxxiii (1886), 67. No. 2120. 

pseudodenticulata, Pax, in Engl. Pflanzenr., Primul. (1905), 9* 

Nos. 307, 391, 1818, 2037, 2153. . •• 

pseudo-sikkimensis, G. Forrest, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin. vn 

(1912). 149 (nomen). No. 2642. . Qft . mM 

pulchella, Franch. ex Hemsl., in Journ. Linn. Soc., xxvi (1889) 

No. 2480. _ _ •• /tQQc\ n&~ 

septemloba, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxn (1885), 2b D . 

serratffoha! Franch. nee ex Pax Monogr., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxii 

(1885), 267. Nos. 1816, 2974, 410°- Mrt 

sikkimensis, Hook., Bot. Mag. t. 4597 (**5*)- ?o- 4°°- 2 66 Nos 
sonchifolia, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxn (1885), 266. Nos. 

sonch^Fr'anch., var. albiflora, G. Forrest, -der P gratissima, 



Nos 



in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 220. 



spicata, Franch., I.e. 269. No. 1807. ( rn nR) 220. 

taliensis, G. Forrest, in frotes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., iv (1908), 



No. 1805. 



vincaeflora, Franch., in Gard. Chron. ser. 3, i (1887), 574 5 



No. 



2234. 



vittata, Bur. et Franch., in J 
yunnanensis, Franch., in Bui 

1817. 
sp. Nos. 305, 479, 1806A. 



No. 2283. 



No. 



u\Tis P Royle, Illustr. Bot. Himal. (1839), 206. Nos. 146, 4974- 



Prunella 



vulgaris, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 600. Nos. 2285, 4526- 



39° Plantae Chinenses Forresttanae. 

Prunus 

Maximowiczii, Rupr., var. adenophora, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 

195. Nos. 599, 2073. 
Murae, Sieb. et Zucc, Fl. Jap., i (1835), 29. No. 462. 
Puddum, Roxb. ex Wall., PL As. Rar.. 11 (1831), 37. No. 1067. 
triloba, Lindl. fl. pi., in Gard. Chron. (1857). 268. No. 440. 
undulata, Ham., in D. Don, Prod. FL Nep. (1825), 239. No. 2320. 
yunnanensis, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 195. Nos. 461, 463, 464. 
yunnanensis, Franch., var. Henryi, C. K. Schneider, in Fedde, 



Repert. Nov. Sp., i (1905), 66. No. 4094. 



Pteris 

sp. No. 287. 

- 

Pterygiella 

Duclouxii, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlvii (1900), 22. No. 
4505. 

Pueraria 

edulis Pampanini, in Nuov. Giorn. Bot. Ital. n.s., xvii (1910), 28. 
No. 149. v y 

peduncularis, Grah., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 197. No. 
4259. /y " y/ 

peduncularis Grah., var. violacea, Franch., PL Delav. (1889), 182. 
No. 1058. J 



4256. 



J 



No. 



Punica 

I 

Granatum, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 472. No. 4392. 

Pycreus 

sangmnolentus, Nees, in Linnaea, ix (1834), 283. Nos. 3 37, 338, 

Pyrola 



purpurea, Franch., in J 
488, 498, 2442. 



Nos. 



decorata H. Andres, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., viii (1913), 
7- . Nos. 802, 2519, 4176. y 0/ 

Forrestiana, H. Andres, I.e. 8. No. 4177 
sorona, H. Andres, Lc. No. 5065. 

Pyrus (Sorbus) 

microphylla, o Decne. (Wall.), in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 

V2&. &?2: ' D r; 5?i F1 - »* i** >. -36. no, 282. 



Vilmori™ r V/c t •'/* 1IU ina -' n l x °79L 375- JNo. 2112. 

Nos «f Schneid er, m Bull. Herb. Boiss., 2 sir. vi (1906), 317 



Nos. 2362, 4441. 



^ a " a Nos.^ 2 S o d ™t r ' '" erb ' B0 ' SS " * S& - V1 <I<,06, ' 

yunnanens. s , Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 230. No. mi. 

Quercus 

Ss&Wft^^^* No - -'° 55 ' 



Species in Alphabetical Order. 391 

Quercus — continued. 

semecarpi folia, Sm., in Rees, Cyclop., xxix (1819), n. 20. Nos. 
2056, 2163. 

spicata, Sm., var. yunnanensis, Schottky, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 

Edin., vii (1912). 41 — nomen. Nos. 528, 2565. 
sp. No. 541. 

Quisqualis 

indica, Linn.. Sp. PI. ed. 2 (1762), 556. No. 369. 

Ranunculus 

affinis, R. Br., var. capillacea, Franch., PI. Delav. (1889), 19. No. 

2913. 
affinis, R. Br., var. flabellata, Franch., I.e. Nos. 2245, 4378. 
affinis, R. Br., var. ternata, Franch., I.e. No. 4377. 
diffusus, DC, Prodr., i (1824), 38. No. 4375. 
diffusus, DC, f. mollis, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., i (1872), 19. 

No. 4376. 
hirtellus, Royle, Illustr. Bot. Himal. {1839), 53. No. 2617. 
hydrophilus, Bge., Enum. PL Chin. Bor. (1831), 2. No. 2135. 
japonicus, Langsd. ex Fisch., in DC. Prodr., i (1824), 38. No. 1047. 
pensylvanicus, Linn., Suppl. PL (1781), 272. Nos. 2962, 4197, 4374- 
pulchelius, C A. Mey., in Ledeb. Fl. Altaica, ii (1830), 333- No. 2065. 
sceleratus, Linn., Sp. PL ed. 1 (I753V55I- No. 4374- 
yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxu (1885), 5. Mo. 

2291. 

Rapanea 



Myr: 



Reinwardtia 



315, 318, 4660. 



J 



Nos. 



Rhamnus 



dahurica, Pall., Reise, m (1776), 721- , No. 2072 

persica, Boiss. ex Franch., Diagn., ser. 1, 2 (1843), 4- ^ os - - °3> 

4723- 

Rheum 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. Par. (1895), n. 5, 2. 
EmodL\ValL, in Hook. f. FL Brit. Ind., v (1886), 56. Nos. 2356, 

Forres 5 tiL Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 262. No. 
2463. 

Rhinacanthus 

Beesianus, Diels, I.e. 164. No. 1053. 

Rhododendron _ , -«. _ (rc , J9 \ 2I 6 

adenogynum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin.. v (IQI2), 210. 

No. 2395. 
anthosphaerum, Diels, I.e. 215. No. 2042 

aureum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., « (1895). 394- *%V^ 12) 2I , 
Balfourianum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edm., V (IQKJ, a 4 

Nos. 4131, 4166. 

Beesianum Diels I.e. 214, No 2323. Fr „ xxxiii {1886), 234. 

brachyanthum, Franch., m Bull. boc. cor. h„ 

No. 4153. 



392 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Rhododendron— continued. 
brachyanthum, Franch., var. hypolepidotum, Franch., mss. m Herb. 

Paris. No. 692. 
brevistylum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot, xii (1898), 261. Nos. 

694, 4162. 
bullatum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiv (1887), 281. Nos. 

508, 4141. 
Bureaui, Franch., I.e. 281. No. 506. 
campy logynum, Franch., I.e. xxxii (1885), 10, et xxxiii (1886), 233. 

Nos. 475, 504, 4151, 4152. 
cephalanthum, Franch., I.e. xxxii (1885), 9, et xxxiii (1886), 234. 

No. 2182. 
cephalanthum, Franch., var. platyphy Hum, Franch., mss. in Herb. 

Paris. No. 4155. 
chartophyllum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 398. No. 4163. 
chartophyllum, Franch., forma praecox, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. 

Gard. Edin., v (1912), 217. No. 2030. 
chasmanthum, Diels, I.e. 212. No. 513. 
ciliicalyx, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 233. No. 

4159- 

crassum, Franch., I.e. xxxiv (1887), 282. No. 4139. 

decorum, Franch., I.e. xxxiii (1886), 230. Nos. 21 19, 2253, 4168. 
Delavayi, Franch., I.e. xxxiii (1886), 231. Nos. 502, 4093. 
dichroanthum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 212. 

Nos. 4138, 4142, 4157, 4158, 4165. 
fastigiatum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 234. No. 

4149. 
floccigerum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., xii (1898), 259. No. 505. 
Forrestii, Balf. f., in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 211. No. 

699. 
gymnanthum, Diels, I.e. 211. No. 5071. 
haematodes, Franch., var. calycinum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. 

Fr., xxxiv (1887), 280. Nos. 4130, 4161. 
indicum, Sweet, Brit. Fl. Gard. ser. 2 (1833), t. 128. Nos. 2282, 

4173, 4173A. 
irroratum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiv (1887), 280. Nos. 

2043, 2058, 4146. 
lacteum, Franch., I.e. xxxiii (1886), 231. No. 2159. 
lacteum, Franch., var. macrophyllum, Franch., I.e. xxxiv (1887), 

280. No. 501. 
lepidotum, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., hi. (1882), 471. Nos. 

2505. 2770. 
lucidum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 390. Nos. 2190, 

2222. 
mekongense, Franch., I.e. xii (1898), 263. No. 698. 
microphyton, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 235. No. 

4172. 
neriiflorum, Franch., I.e. 230. Nos. 4140, 4144, 4147, 4164. 
oleifolium, Franch., I.e. 235. Nos. 4132, 4r 33, 4169, 4170. 
racemosum, Franch., I.e. 235. Nos. 510, 2009, 2062, 2207, 4134- 
rubiginosum, Franch., I.e. xxxiv (1887), 282. Nos. 2050, 2097, 4 I 5°- 
saluenense, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., xii (1898), 262. No. 511 
sanguineum, Franch., I.e. 259. Nos. 503, 5073. 
selense, Franch., I.e. 257. No. 5068. 
, siderophyllum, Franch., I.e. 262. Nos. 507, 689. 
Souliei, Franch., I.e., ix (1895), 393. Nos. 4148, 4150, 4154. 
spiciferum, Franch., I.e. 400. No. 512. 





Species in Alphabetical Order. 393 

Rhododendron — continued. 

spinuliferum, Franch., I.e. 399. No. 509. 

Stewartianum, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1012) 211 
No. 5069. y " 

sulphureum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiv (1887), 283. Nos 

95L 4143- 
tahense, Franch., I.e., xxxiii (1886), 232. Nos. 2408, 2400, 4136 

4160, 4167. 



ix (1895), 389. No. 4137. 



J 



trichocladum, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 234. No. 

4145- 
tnchostomum, Franch., in Journ. de Bot., ix (1895), 396. No. 5070. 
uvarifolium, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 213. 

No. 5072. 

yunnanense, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 232. No. 

5063. 
sp. No. 2181. 

Rhus 

* 

Delavayi, Franch., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xxxiii (1886), 466. No. 4709. 
semialata, Murr., var. Roxburghii, DC, Prodr., ii (1825), 67. No. 521. 

Ribes 

acuminatum, Wall., in Hook. f. Fl. Brit. Ind., ii (1879), 410. No. 559. 
glaciale, Wall., in Roxb. Fl. Ind. ed. Carey, ii (1824), 513. Nos. 552, 

2100, 2125, 5029, 5089. 
nimalense, Decne., in Jacquem. Voy. Bot. (1844), 66. No. 570. 
moupinense, Franch., PI. Dav. in Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. Nat. Par. 

ser. 2, viii (1885), 2 3$- No. 2109. 

Ricinus 

communis, Linn., Sp. PL (1753), 1007. No. 4692. 

Rodgersia 

pinnata, Franch., in Rev. Hort. (1897), 176. Nos. 2339, 2521, 5037. 

Roettlera 

Forrestii, Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 224. No. 

2510. 
yunnanensis, Franch., in Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. Par., v (1890), 250. 

No. 4386. 
yunnanensis, Franch., f. cleistogama, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 



Rosa 



Edin., vii (1912), 232. No. 4387. 



Banksiae, R. Br., in Ait. Hort. Kew., ed. 2, hi (1811), 258. Nos. 

155. 214, 229, 2048, 2051, 4443 in part. 

centifolia, Linn., Sp. PI. (1753), 49i- No. 4449 m P art - Q „„ e „ 
damascena, Mill., Gard. Diet., ed. 8 (1768), n. 15. Nos. 284, 2052, 

, 20 53. 4449 in part. . ._ • „ u . 

damascena, Mill., f. brachyacantha, Focke, m Notes Koy. tfot. 

_ Gard. Edin., v (1911), 67. No. 4444- , , , v „ 

Forrestii, Focke, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), 67. No. 

gigantea°*Collett ex Crep., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Belg., xxvii, 2 (1888), 

. . 148. Nos. 2040, 4446, 4452. . . s f r 

"•ndens, Focke, in Notes Roy Bot. Gard. Edm., v (19"). & 



So. 



4443 



394 Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae. 

Rosa — continued. 
macrophylla, LindL, Ros. Monog. (1820), 35. Nos. 2504, 4447. 
macrophylla, Lindl. (?). No. 4445. 
macrophylla, LindL, f. gracilis, Focke, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 

Edin., v (1911), 69. Nos. 2336, 4442, 4453. 
macrophylla, Lindl., f. parce glandulosa, I.e. 69. No. 2402. 
moschata, Herrm., var. yunnanensis, Franch., in PI. Delav. (1889), 

218. No. 2370. 
sericea, LindL, Ros. Monog. (1820), 105. Nos. 2022, 4448, 4451. 
sericea, LindL, f. aculeata eglandulosa, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. 

Edin., v (1911), 70. No. 2256. 
sericea, LindL, f. pteracantha, Franch., in PL Delav. (1889), 22 °- 

No. 219. 
Soulieana, Crep., in Compt. Rend. Bull. Soc. Bot. Belg., xxxv, 2 

(1896), 21. No. 4454. 
sp. No. 226. 

Roscoea 

alpina, Royle, 111. Himal. Bot. (1839), 3&i. Nos. 2396, 4806, 4807, 
4808. 

capitata, Sm., var. purpurata, Gagnep., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlviii 

(1901), p. lxxiv. Nos. 258, 2687, 4809. 
cautleoides, Gagnep., I.e., p. lxxiv. No. 2070. 
cautleoides, Gagnep., var. purpurea, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., 

vii (1912), 104 (nomen). No. 2178. 
Chamaeleon, Gagnep. vel aff., in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., xlviii (1901), 



p. lxxvi. No. 2347. 



Rotala 



566, 4462, 4982. 



Jahrb., i (1881), 175. Nos. 



Rubia 

cordifolia, Linn., Mant. (1767), 197. No. 371. 
leiocaulis (Franch.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1912), 
277. No. 4635. 

membranacea (Franch.), Diels, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., V 

(1912), 279. No. 4639. 
pallida, Diels, I.e. 277. No. 40. 
podantha, Diels, I.e. 277. Nos. 2327, 2753. 
ustulata, Diels, I.e. 278. Nos. 365, 368. 
yunnanensis (Franch. ms.), Diels, I.e. 278. 

Rubus 

alexeterius, Focke, I.e. (191 1), 75. No. 2452. 

biflorus, Ham. ex Sm., in Rees, Cyclop., xxx (1819), n. 9. Nos. 2123, 

2453- 
Delavayi, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 205. No. 129. 
ellipticus, Smith, var. obcordatus, Franch., I.e. 206. No. 291. 
foholosus, D. Don, Prod. Fl. Nep. (1825), 256. No. 4405 in part, 
hypopitys, Focke, in Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edin., v (1911), 72. No. 



No. 2484. 



I 



1908. 

333. No. 1046. 



gustifoli 



loropetalus, Franch., PL Delav. (1890), 203. Nos. 23